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Mall Time Table. ARRIVALS FROM [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
Mall Time Table. AnsivALs raoM Sydney, Narrabri, etc, 11.66 p.m. daily Sunday exeeptod). Mungindi and Wallon, Garnh, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 11 a.m. Kunopio Tuesday aud Friday, and Gil Oil, Tuesday and Thursday, 10.30 p.m. Boggabilla and Goondiwindi, Wednesday and Saturday, 1 a.m. Warialda. and Pall&mallnwa, Sunday and Thursday (by coaoh) 3 p.m. Bingara and Binnejjuy, Monday and Fri day, by rail, 4.25 p.m. Warialda, and Gravosend, Monday, Wed. ucsday and Friday, (by rail) 4.25 p.m. Cobbedah and Eulourie, Monday 10 a.m. Bullor&h, Tuesday 3.30 p.m., Friday 11 Tulrool Monday and Friday, noon, Telleiagu, Sunday dud Xbnridny, 8 p,m
INSPECTOR S. G. RIDLEY KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
IXSPKCTOll S. G, RIDLEY KILLED. Mr. George) S. Ridley, tho well known Inspector in the Auditor Genemls Department was killed on the railway line near Anclitl'u station about day light yesterday morning, The driver saw a man lying on the rails but it was impossible to stop the train which went ovnr the body, completely sever ing thn hrad from the trunk. The doci'a-el had apparently left homo during the night in pyjamas and wan elereil about till In; met with death. It is believi'd that ho was killed hy an earlier train. The elrceased only last week f^ll from a railway carriage) near Rookwood, ami sustained severe in juries to the head which necessitated hospital treatment. lie was takpn homo where he had since remained under medical treatment. At tho in quefst the jury returned a verdict of suicide while labouring undertemporary insanity.
DEPARTURES FOR [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
DKrAnTtmk.s roil Narrabri .Sydney, oto., (Olliuo olosoi '1 p.m.), daily (Saturday excepted) Cobbedoh aud Kulounu, Wednesday, 2 p.m. llullarah, We-liioad.iy an.l Saturday, 2 pm Talmoi, Wednesday and Saturday, 2 p in TollcniKU, Wednesday and Saturday, 2 pin Mungindi Wallon. aud Gar.ih, Tuesday. Thursday, and Saturday, 2 p.m. Gil Gil, Tuesday and Saturday, closes at 2 p.m. (Joondiwlndi Uoggabilla. Wallon and Knnnpia, Wednesday and Saturday, closes 2 p.m. Warialda and INIlamallaw.i. Wednes day and Saturday, ii p.m. (l.y mi.:h) Wari.ilili ami (Jravesend, Tin sdny, Thurs day, and Saturday, 1 1.1,-. a.m. Hin.'cra and 'liinno-uy, Tu.isday an.' S-iturd.-iy, clo.:o.s 11. -I.', a.m. Droji-lmx at iillii-c cu-ar.-d at I p.m. for Sydney mails, a.,,1 ?_? p.rn, on Tuesday, Wed nesday, 'i'hursiiny mid .Saturday for country and at l'J.UO p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, aud Saturday for Warialda lino by rail. Receiver in Heber-strect, and at East Moree, cleared at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday...
CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY. PHASES OF THE SUN AND MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY. PHASES OF THE SUN AND MOON. New Moon, Feb. S, 11/22 p.m. First Quarter, Fob. 10, 1-2.57 a.m. Full Moon, Feb. 22, 11.3 p.m. 1 S J S Oays of Week. S K S ' I I | | p. in h.m. h. ti. h. iu. a in. p.m. n. in. in. m. Saturday ... 1 i- 10;7 -2 ? 12 47 Sunday ... 2|r. 177 1 12 0 1 3!) Moudiy ... .T.-- 18;7 0 12 43 2 31 Tuesdav ... 4;f- 10,0 fl'.l 1 20 .?) 19 Wednesday ... fl|fl 20j« 5S 2 IS 4 li Thursday ... HTi -21 « T.7 » 11 -1 SO Friday ... 7i'- 23;(i 57 4 (i 5 31 Saturday ... S.'i 2-10 Sli 5 4 6 10 Sunday ... '.li' 25 0 53 M G 48 Monday ... 10. j 2fi.O 51 7 5 7 25 Tuesdav ... II;'- 27B 53 S 7| 8 1 Wednesday ... 125 2S;0 52 !) 9 8 30 Thursday ... !»?» 2SB 50 10 13 0 18 Friday ... 14 5 28(! 49 11 17|l0 0 Suturdav ... 15;5 30;u 48 p.m.|10 48 Sunday' ... 105 3l;0 47 1 27 11 30 Monday ... 177- 32G 40 2 27 a.m. Tuesdny ... 1S:5 M 451 3 25 12 37 Wednesday ... l'.lo 3:('6 45 4 10 1 37 Thursday ... ' 20'5 3l':0 4 it 5 3 2 41 Friday ? 21j.'- 35;0 43i 5 45 3 45 Saturday ... ...
Sport, ROSEHILL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
Sport, ROSE HILL RACES. Tho following aro the results of the racing at Rosehill on Saturday: — Maiden1 Handicap, C furlongs. — Street Arab 1 : Nickel 2 ; New Jersey 3 ; time, 1 min. 1GA scs. Stkkplix'iiase. 2i miles. — Oberon 1 ; Osmond 2; Grafter 3; time, 5 min, 19j sca. Sum.u.'o Handicap, C furlongs ? Eulas 1 ; Santoi 2 ; T. M, S. 2 ; timo, I min. l'lJi scs, Ro.skiiim, Fed. Handicap, 1 mile, 3 furlongs, — Orphan Boy 1 ; Royal Purple 2; Nahpro 3; time, 2 min. 23i scs. Nuksehy Handicap, 5 furlongs. — Gratia 1 ? The Caretaker 2 ; Suzerain 3 ; time, 1 ruin, 3i acs, Suiiukuan Handicap, 1 mile ? Sir*ot Arab 1; Mcrlina2j Autonym 3 ; time, 1 min. 43J sea.
Moree P. and A. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
Slorce V. and A. Society. Tlio usual monthly meeting of the coinmitten of thft Moree P, and A. Society was held at the Post Ollico Hotel lust night. The president, Mr. J. W. Scott, occupied tho chair, nnd there were, jireci-n*, — Messrs W. Kendall. J. K Hoydell, I). K. Kirkby, .1. T. W. Scott, J. K Cory, J. W. Stewart, II. M. L. Pike, and the socr.'tary, S. I.. Cohen. Thn minulfsof the previous mooting wprei renel am) conlirme.d on tho motion of Mr. P. E. lCirkby. A letter was received from the manager of the Singer Sewing Muchino Company, offering to exhibit at the forthcoming show on the; same condi tions as before. Tt was rerolvr-d on the motion of Mr, Uoydell, seconded by Mr. Piko, that the -;il'-r should be ncccpte-rl. A oninniuiiioAtie.ni was re!ci!ived from the Department of Mines and Agricul ture! (hicnigh Mr. Webster, the member for the district, stating that tho sum of .£10 oll'ered by tha department to bo distrir.uU'd in pri/.us bad been increased to £20. Thi! secretary a...
Cricket. ENGLAND v. N. S. WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
€ locket. ENGLAND v. N. S. WALES. The return match, MacLaren'a team v, N, S. Wale?, was resumed on the . Association Ground in perfect woather and on u perfect wicke-t on Saturday, The following are the scores : — NKW SOUTH WALES— Firet Innings. A. .T. Hopkiiu, c ,Iono?, b Jcssop ... 40 O. rin-Kory. 1) llranml ? 45 V. Trumper, lbw, I. Brauml ? 35 I.. O. S. I'oiileviu, bOunn ? I H. K. Groanry, run nut ? 147 It. A. llnir, b Jessnop ? fiO M. A. Noble, c Ulley, b Jessop ... -5G II. (.'.irtor. run out ? 10 (!. U. C. C'lurko, lliw, b Brnuuel ... 25 A. Kurinoelo, nut nut ? 5 A. M'llclli, run out ? 0 Sunelrirs ? 0 Total ? 432 Howling analysii : JosRop, :! 'for 78 j (iuuu, I for !IS ; lir.iunil, ;i for 162 ; M'Gahey . (I for -IH ; Ilaywarel, 0 for 17 ; Jones, 0 for 1!). MACLAKKX'S THAM-First Inningre. A. C. MacLiron, not out ? 136 T, Hay warel, not out ? 115 WiilusS, nolwll I ... ? 4 N'o u ickcts for ? 255 Uoivliim- analysis : M'liath. Of.ir U9 ; Clarko 0 fur -TO ; Kcrmoilo 0 for Ct ; Hop. k...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
On April 4 twonty-fivo untried Tucka Tucka-bred gvldinpn and (illies will bo of force! at auction by Mr. T. S. Clibborn. Most of thorn aro two yoir nldR, and thn fiirof roprcsoiitcd nro Gozo, Mutal, Wood stock, Archie, and Medallion. Bnthor ami Lncknnw, Iho respective win noranftho Challen^o Stakoi anil Annivor sary Handicap aco brother anel sinter, and, Btrangely onongli, commenced their caroora in tho mannor which most rncohorscs ond. Lucknow did duty as a buggy horao for somo time beforo his gilloping abilities woro ilUoovoreil, ami B'lthor bad ft foal prior to doing any racing. In aproaranco tho brothni nnd sister rosomblo oaeh othor greatly, and in disposition ton, it would appear, as both havo uhown thomsolves uncortnin at timed. Howovor, at tho rocont moetlnj th«y aotod up to their private form, anil woo In good
American Coal. GROWING EUROPEAN DEMAND. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
American Coal. GROWING EUROPEAN DE MAND. In American papers much mention is made of the increasing popularity of American coal in Europe. On November 29 it was stated that no more foreign orders for anthracite wero to be accepted by the Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Oo. for the present. Those orders had become so large and eo numerous in the past month that to supply them would in terfere seriously with meeting the de mand for homo consumption. ''If all the recent orders were ac cepted by the company,' says the ' .San Francisco Call,' it would mean tho immediate shipment to foreign ports of not less than 20,000 tons. The cargoes already landed in European ports, particularly of Franco and Germany, have proved so succpss ful iu advertising the American article that ulmost daily orders from French, German, and even English manufac turers are reaching the ollices of the company. Present low rates to European ports on out-going vessels aro principally accountable for the foreig...
Napoleon's Son [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
-'ai-olcon's .Sou. To teach his son obedience to nor, sery rules, Napoleon gave strict orders he should never be admitted to his apartments if he came thither alone. One morning the little King of Ron.o camo trotting along the corridor, and looking up at the tall o/licor on guard, imperiously ordered : ' Open the door for me. 1 want to see papa.' The ollicor, true to hisinstructions, answered gently but lirmly : ' Sire, I cannot open thu door for your Majesty.' 1 Why not,' demanded tho litt'.o auto crat., ' 1 am tho little king.' At the gentla reminder : ' But your Majesty is all alone ' the golden haired cherub Seemed somewhat nonplussed ; but his governess appearing a moment later he seized hor hand, aud, thus protected, stamped his tiny foot and cried : 'Open tho door, the king wishes it !' This time, all being in order, the tall otlicer Hung tho door wide open sol emnly announcing ' The K.ing of Koino !'
Entire Family Sentenced. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
Entire Family Sentenced. 'William Dwyer, his wife, three sons and b. daughter, were charged before Judge Andrews, ut the Munster Assizes with the murder of. John Grotty, near Cioyue, county Cork. They were all convicted of manslaughter, The JJwyera were labourers living near the Uroilys, who are farmers. A dispute about a boundary fence resulted in an nll'ruy between the two families, and (Jrotty was savagely done to death, Tho women actively encouraged the male Dwyers, JSext day the Dwyer's house was burned down, supposed to bo the outcome of popular ill-feeling. Dwyer, his wife, and a son, were each sentenced to 10 years' penal servitude, and two other sons and a daughter to 10 years' each.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
I find it impossible to have the . ? whole of my Stock marked clown . '?'; by next Saturday, consequently : Will Cuiiiinence On --- ^ THURSDAY, FEB. S3 AT 10 A.M. V The Stores will be closed from next Monday night until Thursday morning at 10 a.m. to re-mark the goods. I£shall send round a Collector on Monday & Tuesday to my regular Booking Customers for their Grocery Orders. Everything must be 9 ? ? SOICl ? ? ? WANTED ; Junior Assistants for the Great Sal©. ?- 8, G, ffOADLMJx MQVW%
Convent Art Union Results. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
Convent Art Union Results. lat Prizo, Ko. 32S ? R. Sli'Aloy- -' . 2nd „ ,, 2S0 ? Miss Flood 3rd „ ,, 13!)0 ... Dr. Torrigiani 4th „ ,. srifll .. Mrs. O. Stork 5th „ „ .'-7'.I9 ? Miss Ryan (ith „ „ -ISO ? ^O.-Monohan 7th „ ,, 433.'! ... Dr. Torrigiani Sth „ „ 7710 ... Thos. Caffney !ltb „ ,. f)70t ... O. P. Carrigan 10th „ „ -.437 ? P. W. Lees 11th „ „ SilOG ... Miss Hilda Long 12th „ „ 38-17 ? MickBrodio 13th „ „ 034i) ? C. Macard'o 14th „ „ 1UB ? Miaa Welsh 13th „ ,, 01-15 ... Mrs. A. Hoban 10. h „ „ 3931 ? Miss Cheers 17tU ,, ,, 1097 ... Misa I'arquharBoa lSth „ „ 7371 ... James Dawfon IHth „? ,,2272 ... W. McAuliffo 20tli „ „ SCOl ... Lottio Nation All Vrizen to bo claimed beforo tho 28th February, 1902.
Government Notices. BUNNA BUNNA PROPOSED EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
6-ovornaioat Notioo3. IJUNNA IJUXNA 1'1101'OSKD EXCHAXCK. il'l'MUATHiS I'V Colilsborouyh, More, ?in:l Cotnmny (Liinituil) lo surrender the followiiit!liuiiU:-I'ortion8'J,li1 S, 0, JO, 11, 1-J, l:t. pirisli of linnna ISnnnii, and portions .'?, U, 7, S, parish of Miirltliani, countv of lieniirba, Lmul District if Morce; portions 1, ?_'.--, -Jti. -2, pirish of Clements ; pur! inns ?!, II, -I. 'i, and part of cunverte.l pie-lease l.'tt!;;, p-ii-!i (if Milliu; portion S, parish of .Mnrkliam ; portions 1, '21, and converted piekase 4, 133, pirish of Viekury : portion 1, pariih of Jiiimia ; pnriious SI, ?-'.'), 'Jl, 2.'-, aid parts of portions -Ili, 100, I, 101, all, 7, S, p.iri^h of Huiffir: portion iJ, parisli ,,t Thaliba; mid poitiou 12, p.uUh of K-.-kfnrd, county of Jtintpou, Land District of Nurrabri, eoinpri.-iiil! an nriiv of 7,-lSO uerea -2 rooiU, in i-xch.in»e fur other lanili, viz., rcsm-vu 'J7, -I.'KI, uml pirt of portions ?--, 12, pamhea of Thahilii urn! Kckfmil ; portions :i4,...
Pastoral Market Intelligence SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
1'a.storal Msirkot Iiitcllisciicu SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS A inmlrratRnmount of busiiwiss was trnnsnetod in the proclucn market. Lower prices wpro ncccpti'd for lirnn, onions anil potntoi's, liut luueinn lind a firmer tonn .Supp'.iei -if mill od'nl wpre lurgo, Imt 1iltlii)ii};li 8[d wus nifii tionttl nn luain^ lucn tiikcn for a lino of brnn, most of tliu retailers operated at 8.',d. Pollard wag slenily at thf uncliimgi-tl rates of '.Id to Oirt. About 1000 l/ii); s of New /'nland (uig were on tlio innrket, l.iit n-i the holder wns firm in dciiKinclinj,' 'a Ocl, vorv few 8 lies wero oll'rclnd. Wheat— Milling wlient :U I'd to 3s 3d; chickwheat, prime 2s lOAd ; in ferior broken sample?, 2s ful per bushel. I^lour. — Oity roller £7 10s, second brands, £~ ~-i : Manitoba to £12 5s per ton. Pollard. — Quoted to 10d per bushel Bran.— Quoted to 9d. Chaff.— Local : Prims £-1 to £4 2s Gd ; medium to £3 10s. Mhize. — Prime, 3s fid ; weevily from 3s per bushel. Oaten Hay. — Local: Primo to £1 2s Gd ...