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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 8 February 1902
General Debility ? -/# ? AND - INDIGESTION. Another Life Saved* Th« Oaso of Mrs. H. ANDERSON (BT A E1T.CIAL KKFORTKK.) Our special repurtur was rcquostoil to call upon Mrs. Harriett AndoMon, who conducts . » grocery business iit No. ;S*G Elizabeth street, Surry ITillH, anil obtain any items of interest lo our rca lure concerning that luily'a ButTvrinj;s from general dunilily mid indigestion, Kiid tliriiu^h wlut mcUiuin a cure wns cllcctcd. Mrn. Harriett Anderson was standing li.liind her counter, and un liositntiugly uci|uicsccd in the suggestion to supply the notes applied for. ' To look at me you would liarillv dream that I had even been an invalid,' said Mrs. Anderson, smiling ; 'butit is nevertheless a f*ct that for several yoars I Milfcrcrl from an obstiuato itttH.uk of gnncral debility and in digestion. At ono period of my illneaa tlto pains ii tho Inner p irt of my stmnasli were soucuto thrvt I feared tho growth of a cancer. Then I had nchcsnndpiitia i mining betwem my shnuld...
V.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 11 February 1902
V.A.T.C. AUTUMN .\i KKI 1NO. Tho fullu\viti(,' r.rc tin- te-ml - el tin racinjtat C.-ultieltl mi Suum.i} : — U'l'OIIIA Tltl.Vt. iJTAKhS. - A! il-ih-li!!! 1, Pre.to 2, iMisirai ;i. Tune, 1.17. Wakkkuin JIui:ulks, alii.ur i! imli - 64 jurds-T-Sir Joseuh 1. Rickkluuv -J, Lilj'a Secret 3. Time,, 3niin. oG] sic. Woodclifp H'cai1. - Aurous 1, Fairy anl 2, Auilii»ii»n 3 Time. ?2.11 in -J-Uflc. Salisiiuky Sthepi,!:ciiasu, 2'1 milis. — Mystery 1, lioyul M-iil 2, Dud'ey 3. Time 5u.in. 32iec, OaDI.hioh l'UUSB. bh furlongs — Mouti'oaiii 1, Sltlin 2, EuMiior 3. Tun- , lmin. U^ilsfO KooVUNR' tJTAKKS, 7 furlong*. — Wuiiiii 1, N i tralo 2, Uoi-tle-hs 3. Timo. 1 32.
Sport. CANTERBURY PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 11 February 1902
Sport. % CANTERBURY PARK RACES. The following are tho results of the racing at Canterbury Park on Satur day : — ffuitDLE Rack, about 2 miles. — Ireland's Eye 1, Booby 2, Tri d'Or 3. Time, 3min. 56sec. FrA'ixG HANnio*p, G fut longs.— Victory 1. T.M.S. 2, Goklwing 3 Time, l.lOJse.c, :'? '? Park Stakks, 6 furlongs.- Madpp '& 1, War Oloud 2, Miss Robinson 3. pfiTimp, 1.17. P/ii' Btrwmid'b Milk, — Morralie 1. Thon S#^or» 2, Spring Roqe 3. TinlP, 1.4 1 h. M$l- Oantbrbcry Handicap. 1} mile.— s&'-Royal Purple 1, Bira 2, Queen of Il^heba.3. Time 2 Hi, ESVH;:1;- Short's Handicap, 6 furlongs,— MV»lento 1, War Cloud 2, Ohoir Girl
Cricket. NARRABRI v MOREE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 11 February 1902
Cricket. NARRAtfRI v MOREE. Tha first match between Moren and Narrahri in the Union competition ' was played at Narrahri on Saturday, when the gome, resulted in favor of Mores by 39 runB in ono innings. Narrabri batted first and scored 108, of which McGinley made. 35, H. Lilly man 18 and Lynch 16. Moroe reapoi« d'd with 147, Mancheo 28, Boydell 21 «nd Get'des 43, being tho highrst scores. Karrabri lost 5 wickets for 172 in thi second innings, McGinley 79 not out. Tho howling for Moree wus done liy McDonnell, 4 for 21, Je.nkinB 3 for 40 : Nevin, Oruickshank, Morath, Neal and Lynch sepured wickets for Narrabri. Following are the scores : — NARltABRt.— First Innings. P. Donnelly, c Stirton b Jenkins ... 1 ' F. McGioley, run oi t .... ? : O. No»), oand b Jonkini ? ??-.;,..? C. Freerottn. o Stirlon, b Jenkin* ... !i H. Lillyman. at Eokforrl, b MoPonnell 18 J. Lyooh, o Eckford b McDonnell ... 16 A. Cruloksliank, b McDonnell ? 0 W. Gorman, b Scott ? 10 H; MoNevin, b McDonnell ? S E. Morath...
THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 11 February 1902
THE JFKDERAL CAPITAL. Tub Federal Parliamentary party is about to -isit and inspect the several sitea recommended as suitable for the Federal Capital, but the matter has been hanging on so Ion/ and so much has been said about it that the enthusiasm of lion, members regarding it Boema to havo cooled somewhat. It is statoJ that there i« now an apparent disinclination on the part of many to join in the projected excursion and it is more than likely thut instead of a huge party going out, as wan first anticipa ted, the number will be limited to a few. Tho work in connection with tho tariff has been to arduous and so exacting, so tedious, and to some no doubt so irritating and harassing that in all probability it has taken a good deal of the go out of hon. members. This may account for a good doal of tho apathy now displayed with regard to the Federal capital aud for the kind of blight which seems to havo fallen on it. The talk of hon. members should, howover, not prove a very difficult ...
The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 11 February 1902
The Passing Show. Yesterday the question of municipal government wag uppermost in Uib minds of almost every one and the State was in the throes of the elections with the full knowledgo of the reforms proposed and hinted at during the past few months. It is early yet to talk about, to analyse, or to comment upon the result of the contests, inasmuch, as thn result has barely been announced, but in all probability it may ba safe to assert that a change has' been effeotod in the personnel of not a few of thn municipal councils throughout this State, It remains to be seen wheth-r the changes will bo for the better or for tho worse. The statement of tha year's municipal work has been pub lished and the estimates of revenue and expenditure will be to hand shortly, when the baiis on which any new rato may be struck may bo clearly defined. The adoption of a municipal programme by the Labour Party has no doubt given greater impetus to the elections by creating an interest which ntbflrwinn wnn...
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 11 February 1902
Brevities. Upwards of 18.1,070 bales wore catalogued at tho rocont London wool aalos. Of those 02,000 woro sold to homo buyers. 77 000 went to tho Conlinout, 8,000 to America and 14,500 were hold over. ' ' Sevoral bush firos hare been raging around Sydney. Onn of the most destructive broku outnt I'eakhurst near Hurstvillu. Tho plague infocted area at Rushcuttcrs Bay has beon released from quarantine, cleansing and demolishing operations having been completed. Tho plague pationts at tho Coast Hospital are still proin-ossine favourably. Senator J. T. Walker wants Now South Wales to have some more holidays. He wauts to add -the birthday of the present Prince of Wales to the list. P Dahmad Mihmud Pasha, tho Sultan's son-in-law, has beon sentenced to nVath in default of appearing at Constantinople Miss Nance O'Neill, the young tragedienne who arrivod in London receutly with her oompany from South Africa, has securod a lease of the Lycyjm Theatre. » H.M.S. Royal Arthur has arrived at Port...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 11 February 1902
Local and General. The Land Boaiiu.-TIio Chairman of tho looal Land Uoa.d, Mr F. lWe, leavcj for Collarondab.i and Wnlin-ll today for tho purpose of dealing with application' nt those placuo. At Wuigell thuni is n sort, of triangular oxoIwul'u to ho ikwilt with in connection with which tho Messrs Mnckny liros. aro applying to havo tho whuloof thufr lunds on Cryoii concentrate.). Hai.k-I1oi.iuay Assiii.iatidN.— Tin- nnniinl Kenornl mailing of muinbors of thd Half Holiday Association was held .it B,..lfurd'd Hotel last night. Tho ['resident, Air. J. H. Kay, occupied thu chair, aud thuro was .- c,wV« ubiuuuauuo ur niumi or*. JLtie report ami balunco B|lCut woro ndopltd, and tho otuco boarerannd comuiittcu for the cnsuiiiL' yonr woro uppoititcil. It was dcci.K-il to hold u sports mooting on Easter Mondny. Thuckiniw.— Threo trains, connisung of 51 trucks of starving stock, luft Moroo for Xnvorell yoiterday, consisting :it trucks sheep frum Morcndool Station and 17 trucks from Mr. Mursh. ...
AN OPEN VERDICT. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 11 February 1902
AN OPEN VERDICT. An opon verdict wna rt-tumeil at ih' inquest on tho body of a donii'siiu servant nun od IsaLulia Huil^kinson, who died nt tlit; ho pitnl on Sitnnlny. Xue meatcn.1 ondiMicusliowi-d tltnt rienrli wna duo to Bcplic peritouilin following a OHrtiiin e«-cnt, lint that ilipre. was nothing- to show how it was brought al-uul. It ms stilted tlint the dt ceased had jumpi'd from h kiiclinn roof gnverol tiiinn but wlien nsked her motive only laughed.
The Municipal Elections. RESULT OP THE POLLING. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 11 February 1902
The Municipal Elections. RESULT OP THE POLLING. The polling for the replantation of the thiee vnoant seats on tha Moree .Municipal Council, and for tho election of Auditora, took plaoH ynnierrlny. The polling connm-nccl at 8 o'clock iii ''° iiiuiiiii);; (j.iu ciusen aoop ni. The proceedin^a wero not charnctorisnd with any great enthusiasm un'il the closing hour upu/oached. Mat tors livennd up considerably then and the rateps.yer3 coiumoncrd to congregate in knots in the vicinity of tho Council Chiuntiors. A steady vote was polli-d nowever, ttiron«hout th» day, with thn result that a good vote was rpenraVd, and when the result was communicated to tho assembled ralopayera, it was received with loud demonstrations of approval, the . victory of tho L*bnur League by the return of Mt, McCarthy being hailed with enthusiastic cheers. Tho nppearanca of thn R.,tuning OfBcer. the Mayor, with tho result of the ballot about half past 6 o'clock, waa the signal for an excited rush or stampede towa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 11 February 1902
STILL LEADING. ALWAYS DID. Always ''Will. Always at the Front. THE GENERAL FUKNISHINO ESTABLISHMENT OF SYDNEY. HALL'S STOCK VERY LARGE. HALL'S PRICES VERY LOW. ALL'S DRAWISGROOM SUITE, cor orod in Silk Tapestry u-itli rich Silk Plush Borders, viz., Huiid-iomc Couch, l'air Kasios, and 4 carved .bnmll Chairs, C guinoaas. H ALL'S BEDROOM SUITE, Wnlimt color, composing Wnrd.obo, with plate glass door nnd doep drawer, Duchess rcssing Chust, with glans attached, Washstnnd with Marblo top, Tmiol - Rail and 2 Uhairs. Cotnpleto for £7 15a. HALL'S DININOROOM SUITE, covered in bust Amnricjin Leather, viz., Larco Couch, 0 Carved Back Small Choirs, Pair Easy Chairs, £6 15s. HALL'S FULL-SIZB TESTER BHDSTEAD with brass rings and spindles, set best quality Kapoolt Bedding, and Triple Wire MattroM, complete for £5 15s. A. HALL & COMPANY, 561, 503, 505, 507 George-otreet, Sydney. Country Ordors Paokod Free. The Most Complete Furnishing Guide ever published. 72 pages and 500 illustrations, Pos...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 11 February 1902
T)OST OFFICE HOTEL (Oppoiitb tiik-Oourt Houbk), MOREE, THE above Hotel which ha» long been looked uprm as odo of tlio loading Hotels in Moroe, ha« just been taken over by Mb. D. E. KIRKBY. who intends to con dnot it on upto-datn lines. Best Brands of Wines, Spirits, and Bcors. First-class Accommodation. Good Stables. D. E. Kirkby, POST OFFICE HOTEL, MOKEE rnHK IMPERIAL HOTEL, BALO and HEBER STREETS. MOREE. '? A. A. EVERINGHAM, Desires to announce that the abovo hotel is replete with all the appointmonts necessary tor a First-class Hotel. Wines, A'es, Spirits, and Cordials of the leryBss Brands in stock. Eiicilout .tailing accommodation. T) A X K HOTEL. Alfred H. Kirkby, PROPRIETOR. (Late of tho Richmond Hotel.) BEGS to state that ho has t»l« ivcr the above Well-known HOTEL. . Accommodation second to -ane in town. Private Rooms for Famil , : and Hoarilers. Th»Ncw Buiiubg '--e repleto with all the litest Improvements. Best Brands Wines, Spirits and Beers. Excellent Stabling and Good P...
FIGHTING THE DROUGHT. BORES AND DEPARTMENTAL NEGLECT. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 11 February 1902
. FIGHTING THE DROUGHT. BORES AND DEPARTMENTAL NEGLECT. '? In view of tho present gloomy out ;??'.' look consequent upon the prolonged ?'.'? drought ond the imperotivn nature of '. the necessity ? for tho removnl of :?:. . .atarving stock from Iho district to JNew ?, 'England and other districts, we made 'special inqiiirie? yesterday regarding , -thoborej throughout tin's district, nnd i the possibility of using them in oon- 1 neotion ' with ths fight ugaiDBt the ? drought. The result of our investiga tions 'proves to us most conclusively I that with proper management the I .' bores ^could bo mado to play o most I :- important part in tho relief of the | preniling distress. We understand on I undiiputable Authority that there aro I twentyfive Government bores and ten. private bores in existence at present in this district and that in connection with the majority of the Govivr.ment bores ihu water is at pr-sent lining allowed to iun to wustn in consequence of thn bores not having in ...