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The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 September 1901

The Passing Show. Tho recent fire at the Ultimo Power Houso and the complete stoppage of the electric trams twice in one week in the metropolis has had the effect of bringing the question of constructing the city railway to the surface in a way which may very considerably he'p those who have lieen agitating this matter for so many year?. The ques tion is b.-ing pro=ecuted now with renewed vigour. Deputations have once more waited on the Government with regard to it, and again repeated I the stock arguments used with regard to it for years past. At the present moment the casual observer might be in clined to think that Sydney has enough and something to spirs in the matter of means of transit. It is now almost a net-work of tram lines, and if the proposal made some little time since for running lines along Pitt and Castlereagh Street, it would he difficult to si:e the necessity for running tho railway through the city. The idea, however,' seems to be a popular one, and it certainly l...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Telegraphic. HOMEBUSH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 September 1901

Latest Telegraphic. HOMEBUSH, Monday. 734 oatt'o were yarded : market hotter, beat beef worth 30i per 100 lhs ; bullocks £6 10s to £1*1 7a; cows, £', 10a to £10 10s ; sheep, 9000 were penned, vnluo s up Gd'to 9d per head, wethers 9s 6d to 17a, pwos 8s (id to 13a fid. SYDNEY, Tuesdny. The three year old son of Mr, William Tiernoy wtta crashed to death by a foiling tree near GunnHnh. Arthur Murphy, agod 25, was fined £5 with costs for discharging a revol tor in Caatlernagh Btroet on .Saturday night. It is rumoured that Colonel Kinn, of Queensland, will succeed Major General l'roneli os Commandant of tho New Soulli Wales Military forces. The remains of a swagmnii with his 6kull fractured and supposed to ho Maurice Summers, was found on the Farloigh Sugar Plantation, Queensland. It is believed ho was murdered by Kanakas. Mr. Barton says thero ia not the slightest foundation for the report that Major General Hildyard had refused the position of Federal Commandant as he was never offered ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The late President McKinley. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 September 1901

Tbe late President McKinley. The funeral of the late President McKinley which took place on Thurs day, was one of the biggest ever witnessed in the United States. Tho rcumiutt uttys mu uauirc iu mo o.iu. Herald ' were interred at Canton. Seventy thousand people from all parts l of the United States visited Canton and twenty thousand people joined in the procession. The funeral started from the Methodist church and the procession to the oemetery included President Roosevelt, the members of the Cabinet, members of Congress, the ohief admirals of the navy, the Min isters of Foreign Powers, and most of the representative Americans, There was little of pageantry in the procession though 2000 regulars, 5000 National Guards, and a strong foroe of old veterans participated. The silent I homage of tbe people was most im pressive. The day in tne unicoa states was extensively devoted to monrning and prayer. Railway and other traffip was largely suspended dqring the hour of interment. Memorial ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 September 1901

Brevities. Hr. Knjger'a ycungcit son has surrendered to *are hit farms from confiscatioo. There were thcusinds of visitors at Dunkirk to witness the Czar's landing. Sharp earthquake fhock? havo been cx poricncwl at Inverness. Xo appointment his yet boen made to tho position of Federal Commandant# All the British columns in the Transvaal arc refitting preparatory to prosecuting a vigorous campaign. President Roosevelt states that tho tracedy whinh mftfcp* him u;7„ think of heiiig a cin lidate for office m 1904. When President M'Kinley's bo.'ly reached his homo ot Cauton, Ohio, thousands of people wore waiting in heavy rain. The simple Methodist eervico raid over the body of President M'KinJey waa listened to with wrapt attention. Negotiations are in progress for Madame Melba's appearance in Australia next year. The newly elected member for the Darling Downs stated that the Downs had declared in favour of a white Australia, A state of afFaira closely approachinz famine is reported fro...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool and Produce Reports [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 September 1901

Wool and Produce Reports Hrrrison, Jones and Devlin, Ltd., report : Wo held our concluding aile of the wintsr scries on Wednesday last, when we bcx - mitted a catalogue of 465 bales of w..;. The selection in-dude-l a large proportio;. wool of the old clip, but there were sere.M: lots of the old clip, which, together with * useful display of scoured wools, served to furnish an attractive catalogue. As n all the buyers have returned from Eur p:, bringing with them some ftosh reprv^eii'n tires, the attendance in the saleroom wit very large, and it was evident that tV supplies available were far too srr.-.!! to satisfy requirements. Competition wa* was accordingly excreiu^ly bri^k for aim:?' all di-criptioos of tneriuo wool, and ev-:y line in that class met with a very strrr.^ demand. Values for uew wools showed at; improvement on rates current Usi V-.i- :.- bor of from 10 to Jo per cpnt., the n:: ' gr»des of merino pai tioipatinsf in the : /.i \ppreci ition, and the tone of the sale n ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Indulgence Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 September 1901

Indulgence Passengers. I Apropos of the ' indulgence pass ages' on the Britannic (writes the ! London correspondent of the ' Daily Telegraph', under date August 16), the Agent General explains that some time ago, Mr. W. N. Willis, of Sydney, approaohed him with the suggestion that he could supply horses for the use of the British army in Afrioa. Through the instrumentality of Mr. (^nnnlnnd. negotiations were opened up with the Acting Chief Commissioner in South Africa, and eventually Mr, Willis con tracted with the Government to supply 3000 horses at the rate of 500 a month for six months, commencing in Sep tember. Subsequently, Mr. Willis cabled direct to Mr. Chamberlain to the clloct that a number of men in Mnn, w.r.. i,„ to South Africa, and there enlist in the mounted corps on condition that their passage was paid. Mr. Willis suggested that they should travel in the ships which would take tho horses ho was to supply for the Government. Mr. Chamberlain communicated with Mr. Copel...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 September 1901

Local and General. Likitknast Ali.as Kin«;. — Lieutenant Ailau King, of the Imperial Dushmen, M-ho was dangerously wounded in South Africa a frhort time ago, and who arrived in Mel l-ourr»e the other d iy, was to have reached Sydney yesterday, en route for his home at Tamworth. Boo-*aldook Shf.a'ri.vo. — A sample of the lambs wool shorn on Booaaldoon last week may be seen at this office. The clip is an exceptionally heavy one, 1311 lambs cutting do 1*53 than ly biie3 of bsauLifuIly bright wool. This aives a fraction over 41b l4oz. per head. This is an extraordinary cutting, and well worth noting. Tkooper Davys. — Trooper J. E. Davys, who has been transferred to Timworth, where he will do duty in the superintendent's odiee, left for his new sphere yesterday. Trooper Davys has been in this district some thro® years, during wh'Vh time he has proved himself a most capable otficer. He takes with him the good wishes of a large number of friends. The Wool Rates. —The Railway Com missioners...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Wreck of the Cobra. A SAD DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 September 1901

Wreck ot the Cobrn. A SAD DISASTER. The latest cables respecting the wreck of the torpedo-boat destroyer Cobra, show that when the disaster happened she was making a steam trial trip from the constructor's yard, Newcastle -on-Tyne, to Portsmouth, She struck a rock on tho Dowsing Shoals and broke in halves and foundered. Twelve of the crew were rescued alive. Six bodies wero taken to Grimsby. The Cobra was a sister vessel to the Viper, which wss wrecked during the naval manoeuvres. She had just been completed at Elswick. She struck at 7 o'clock on Wednesday morning in terrible rough weather and in a moment ine Droxe aimasmps. The whaleboat and the dinghy were launched, but fifty men crowded into the whaleboat and swamped it All of them were drowned. The chief en gineer, Dine bluejackets, and two of jrarsona turoine ncters were m me dinghy, and they were picked up after having been ten hours battling with the waveB. Besides the navigating party of 53 men, under Lieutenant A. W. Boswor...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Berrigal, Terry-Hie-Hie. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 September 1901

Berrlgal. Terry-Uie-Hie. (From our Correspondent.) Berrigal has again been visited with rajn, which at tho present time could easily be dispensed with. The weather is wtarding hay-makiflg operations at Bprrigal and other work, wbioh must lu completed Word (hearing can be | (awmenosi The Rev. Mr. J. Bate, the Church of England Minister at Moree, contem plated holding service at Berrigal, but had unexpectedly to return to Moreo to perform a matrimonial ceremony. Shearing at Gurley is progressing most favorably, but tho rain will put a temporary stop to operations. Store stock aro in demand, but not obtainablo at reasonable figures, vendors being too avaricious in view of tho firm state of the stock markets in the Metropolis and olsewhere.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Forthcoming Sales. F. & A. GLENNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 September 1901

Forthcoming Sales. I F. lc A. GLKXX1E. On Weinestlay, 2nd Cbt., at Moree Show Ground, at 2 o'clock, LV.-'iV On Wednesday, 2nd October, at 2 oW -V,:, on the Moree Show Ground, 1°7 Cattle. ? -

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Latest Cables. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 September 1901

Latest Cables. LONDON. Monday. The Boets aro raiding tho Upper Tugela and North-Western -Natal. Fighting is reported at Acton Holmes, near Ladysmith. It is generally be lieved that Generals Bothb and De Wet are co-operating ill tho invasion of Natal. The former disinterred a number of guns buried by tho Boers on their retreat from Xsatal last year. Fighting is reported at Vyrburg, and tho ciisualties were live British killed and twelve wounded. Twenty per cent of the returned Yeomanry are again enlisting for South Africa. The Imperial Government consider it unnecessary to strengthen the forces in South Africa; but urge that greater alertness and caution on the spot is required. Several rebels have been sentonced to lengthy termB of imprisonment at Kimberley. It is reported that King Edward VII. is to be crowned Emperor of Hindoobtan next year. The Parieiaus were much disap pointed at the Czar not visiting Paris. Two trains have collided in Rou mania, which caused the cars to teles c...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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A Timber-Getter's Action. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 September 1901

A Timber-Getter's Action. An action arising out of a trans action in rough spokes, cut ab the head of the Williams Rivor, engaged Justice Stephen and a jury of four last week in the Banco Court. The main question mvoivea was me size 01 mu spoKes required under a verbal contract. Plaintiff was Wm. T. Croker, and defendant Thos. O, Hector, Plain tiff's case was that in November last he met Hector at Newcastle. Heference was made to spokes. Plaintiff told defendant he had 40,000 or 50,000 sDokes. but thev were all ordered. Defendant pressed him to' sell him 6,000, and as he had known him so long plaintiff agreed. Ho asked de fendant 12s 6d per hundred, but reduoed it to 12s. Defendant asked him to go to the tJnion Company's Officn to seo about shipping them as buvers in New Zealand were in a hurry for them. He told plaintiff he would inspect the spokes at Newcastle. He asked defendant what size he' wanted. Defendant asked him how ho cut them., and ho told him 4ft -by 2ift in the rough....

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Moree Stock at Market. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 September 1901

.Ilorce Stock at Market. The following silo* of stock from th i district were recorded last Thursday Ilomobush : — 27 irerino wethers 13,, 110 merinn 13s. W merino ewes 10a 3d, A. G. F. Mul;'.. 5*2 wethers 13s, D. Carver. lOxb ewes J 33 3d, 7 xb ewe3 to I]-, Northern Agents. 256 wethers I4s od to 14s 7d, E. Gall. 39 hoggets and lambs Us iOd, 141 U:-.t» 8b 4d, 1 pet lamb (lame) 8s, Northern As*:;:*. 240 Iambs Us, A. G. F. Munro. 24 cows £8 14s 6d, A. G. F. Munro,

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 September 1901

Fiunit..re, Carpets ... ? j . . . Bedsteads & Bedding' A. Kail & Co. A. Hall & Co. Drawing-Bo^m Suite, cover?-; :r; I'.i.h Tap- i Diui&g-room Suite, very Strong~6 Curved e-try Silk Plush }; iers — C*' r.. ! biuk l.'hsira, Pair Kaey Chairs and I CuUim'1™' ^ C'rVeJ ' Cvoch, all Spriog-seatcd. £6 1 St. A. Kali & Co. A. Hall and Co. liv'T^om .Si: it', Walnut CO.-:— Wir U- '? ?. Full-.d/.e Half-Te*ter Bedstead — Extended' dre« comp^rtT'-tnt, enticed by p' itv Fooirail and Draw-mounted, Best Kapok glass Joe, Duch'Sre lA'f*«inc Cfics: :o Mattres*, Bolster, and 2 Pillows, Triple correspond. MarbW-.top Wa-h«tun J, - , Wire Mattress. £4 15a complete. Cr.airs and Towel P.ail. £7 lot. A- HALL COMPANY, ^ -01, o(-:-, (tii'l .7.7 ~ George-street, Sydney. Hall's Xew Catal.^u.,-. 72 Pajres. 500 Illustrations. Post Free. Country Uj'.-.tt Packed Free. Open all day Satur- J clay until 9 p.m. Close 1 p.m. Wednesday. j L:W' Tra-n it Li ver:-.-/.- ii il'.'i. Hill's ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 September 1901

-QOST office hotel (Opposite the Ooobt IIodrf.), MOREE. THE uIioto Hotel which hat long been looked upon as one of the leading Hotel) in Moree, has just beon taken orer by Mk. D. E. KIRKBY, who intends to con duct it on up-to-date lines. Boat Brands of Wines, Spirits, and Beers. First-olass Accommodation. Good Stables. D- E. Kirkby, - POST OFFICE HOTEL, MOUKK rpHE IMPERIAL HOTEL, BALO and HEBER STREETS.' MOREE. Mrs. C. EVEEINGHAM, Desires to announce that the above hotel is replete ™th all the appointments necessary lor a First-class Hotel. Wines. Ales, Spirits, and Cordials of the rerj Best Brands in stock. Excellent stabling accommodation. T- A N K HOTEL. Alfred H. Kirkby, PROPRIETOR. (Late of the Richmond Hotel.) BEGS to stato that ho has taken over the above Well-knoKn HOTEL. _ Accommodation second to none in town. Private Rooms for Families and Boaraers. The New Buildings are replete with all the latest improvements. Beat Brands Wines, Spirits and Beers. Excellent Stabling and ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FINANCIAL STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 September 1901

THE FINANCIAL STATEMENT, j Iv the Premier keeps his word, wo should get the Rudget speech til's week, it is very likely, however, that the protracted sittings and stronz debates of the past w ok havo delayed the matter considerably in ns much as it would be impossible fO' ministers to o!ve that ooniid#rat on rwmry for th« pnpirttlQQ of tho Thtno!*! itate. ment whilst contending with all nijjht I sittings of the House. l ie statement j must be made sho-t'y, however, in I spi'e of the f*ci that t'ne Federal Gov. j eminent has not yet in'roduced the new ; tiriff. The Utter cvcjinitance places j the Treasurer som-wiin! .it a disalvan- : tage in as much in mmy of bis pstimites will-now have to bn bissd on the returns which art- likely to come from the Federal rt'v»nu'. This roust of necessity at present be otily guess work. The delay on the part of the Fedoral Government in introducing the tariff is a very serious nutter and has occasioned very grp.u inconvenience in certain quarters. Mr...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ARBITRATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 September 1901

THE ARBITRATION BILL. Tiif. passage of the Industrial Arbitra tion Bill through the Assembly was marked by a r.'Jmberof those exciting sc-nei which untortum'ely have been too oft«n associated with the Parlia ment of New South Wales. The Bill i«. however, through, and the sup pirtera of t lie meaiure are no doubt congratulating themselves on the fact The statement that it was rushed through has b'«n warmly rtHnnt»d l-y t^-e Premier who points out that it had al't-adv been twice before the Home, »nd that what few amendments had lean made in the original hill were in the nature of improv-men's suggested by experience. The principle of Com pulsory Arbitration, states Mr. See, has heon foosht ont-before the Home and the country two or three tim-s, an-1 in parsing the bill through com mittee nnlv rietaiU had to be dealt with. There was no nocessity, therefore, to obstruct or tW»y the measure. A ciniideraMe time has elapsed since the second reading was aareed to, and be fore that Judae Bic...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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ABOUT OZONE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 September 1901

ABOUT OZONE. Ozone and the talk of ozone is in the air when the summer holidays come round. ' Drawing deep breaths of pure ozono ' looks pretty in print, and is a phrase used in connection with blue skies and stretcheB of sand and summer sea, but it is fairly safe to say that any one who took one breath of pure ozone would not be anxious for another. Ar a matter nf fant. tha omnnnf ozone in tmre country air is so small that it is difficult to measure it accur ately, but careful experiments show that 450,0001b. of pure air would contain about lib. of ozone. Or, if it is put in another way, in 700,000 pints of air there would be one pint of ozone. Ozone is simply oxygen which has been condensed, and which returns to its original form as soon as it meets any impurities in the air. This explains why ozone is only met with in pure air, being absent from the airof large towns, houses, and malarious marshy places. The beneficial effects of air containing ozone are probably due to its purit...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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INTERVIEW AT MARLBOROUGH HOUSE. Among the Princesses of Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 September 1901

INTERVIEW AT MARLBOROUGH . HOUSE. Among the Princesses of Wales. An insight into the domestic training of the daughters of the King when ho was Prince of Wales is given by a journalist on the staff of a London paper, who thus describes an abortive attempt to catoh a glimpso of tho young princesses in their homes. ' The editor deputed me to call on Miss Knollys at Marlborough House. His assuranco that ' it would bo all right ' seemed to lack somathincr an n nfiKsnr.rr tn thn mansion of JJoyalty, but the nub-editor added that Miss Knollys had consented to an interview ; so I went ont and had my bat ironed, and when I reachcd Marlborough House I said to the porter at the door, ' To see Miss Knollys by appointment.' I havo a shadowy re membranco_ of a little white ante chamber, wnero a grey skin rug lay in front of a huge fire. My instructions were very simple ; I was to make myself agreeable with Miss Knollys with a view to obtaining a peep at tho young princesses in tho schoolroom. I ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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ONE WAY OF STOPPING QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 September 1901

ONE WAY OF STOPPING QUESTIONS. 1 Hot day,' said a stout man to a fellow-passenger in an extremely crowded 'bus. 'Eh?' said tho other. 'Hot day,' said the first, somewhat j louder. ' Excuse me, I'm somewhat deaf 1 and hardly caught your meaning. What did you say ?' 1 say it s a hot day 1 shouted the fat man, getting red in the face as ' everyone in the 'bus looked up. ! 'Ah, yes; how much must you pay ? Threepence is the fare to Circular Quay.' Whereupon the corpulent indivi dual said some strong words under his breath and got out of the vehicle. ' Yes,' said the deaf man, gently, addressing the other passengers, ' that's the tenth man within an hour that's told me it was a hot day,' I In all Northern latitudes, during the summer, the sun rises in the north-east,' wheels obliquely through the heavens towards the south, and sets in the north-west. ? Of course, for a part of each summer day, its beams will shine on a northern win dow. Near the Pole, in summer, at what is midnight neare...

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