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Mail Time Table ARRIVALS FROM [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 15 October 1901

Mail Time Table Abbitals tbo.m Sydney, Narrabri, eto., 11.65 p.m. daily Sunday pxcepted). Mungindl and Willon,. Gnrah, Mondays, Wodneulaya, and Fridays, II a.m. Kunopla Tuesday and Friday, and Oil Gil, Tuesday and Thursday, 10.30 p.m. Boggabilla and Qoondiwindi, Wednesday and Saturday, 1 a.m. Warialda and Pallamallawa, Sunday and Thursday (by coach) 3 p.m. Bingara and Binneguy, Monday and Fri day, by rail, 4.25 p.m. Warialda, and Gravesend, Monday, Wed. oeaday and Friday, (by rail) 4.25 p.m. Cobbedah and Eulourio, Monday 10 a.m. ouncrin, j.uBouay o.ou p.m., rrmay 11 p.rh, Talmol Mondw and Friday, noon. Tolloiagi. 8nnday and. Thursday, 8 p.m. Depabidbes fob Narrabri, Sydney, eto., (Offioe olonea i p.m.), daily (Saturday excepted) Cobbedah and Gulourio, Wednesday, 2 p.m. Bullarab, Wednesday and Saturday, 2 pra. Talmol, Wednesday and Saturday, 2pm Telleraea, Wednesday and Saturday, 2 pm Mnngindi Willon, and Garoh. Tueadav. Ihuraday, and Saturday, 2 p.m, Gil Gil, Tuesday and Saturday, o...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Telegraphic. HOMEBUSH. Monday [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 15 October 1901

Latest Telegraphic. HOMEBUSH. MnnH,, 965 cattlo yarded ; market 10a to r lower. BoBt boof, 28s Od per 100 lbs . bullocke, £6 to £13 5,; colve £i id, .' £S 14s. Sheep: 16,000 pruned; mir !??»'. firm Wethers, Ss Od to )7i: ewes, Ss 61 SYDNEY, Tuesdav Tho following are the final atcoptancoa for tho Caulfield Cup :— Sequence, WnM,,! Ueowo Frederick, Hymen™, Gunea D , VocifiiBt, Caledunia, Warrior Lii.-k'™-' Khaki, GraBi-pan, Houoy Bee, Cornliv' Juggler. Kui:kguii, Gazelle, 'ninudor'r' Cretonne, Light Brigade, Bonnie On'.-]' Soiport, Cluster, Patronu3, and Flagship ' Honey Bee di.l a good gallop at Cauitiad yesterday morning, covering a mile .i,, 1 three furlongH in ?.'mm. 30Sec. The traui wero very heavy and nothing heusati.,,]-,; was done. The folloiviogare the scratching for tho Melbourne Cup :— BruntwoH Kinglock and Mafoking. The litest betting for tho Caulfield Cun ??, 4tol Wakeful, 8 to 1 Hymettu,, 10 to'l Bonnie Chiel, Graaspm, and 14 to 1 Gi'jr-« Frederick. The prominent tramway ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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A Painful Case. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 15 October 1901

A Painful Case. 9 The trial of the aged oouple, Jas. and Besaie O'Reilly, for the alleged murder of their daughter, Elizabeth O'Reilly, at their residence, near Ballarat, tome weeks ago, has been conoluded at Ballarat AsiizeB before Mr. Justice Holyrood, For the defenoe evidenoe was given by several medical men, who after investigating the cireamBtances of the girls death, came to the con clusion that it oould easily have re sulted from natural causes, such as nenro-paralysis, leading to heart failure. In summing up the judge said that the allegation that the parents of the girl throttled her seemed unreasonable when it was considered that the members of the family lived on good terras with each other. The jury, after a retirement of an hour, returned with a verdict of not guilty, A painful incident connected with the trial oocurred yesterday morning. ? When the police arrived at O'Reilly'^ hut at Invermay, deceased's sister, Julia, who wa^ wanted as a witness, wat found to be missi...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Vienna Royal Stables. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 15 October 1901

Vienna Royal Stables. Tho horses kept in the Royal Stables at Vienna have an eaay time of it. Among tho 380 which belong to tbe Emperor are 20 white coach horses of the hreed known as the Kladruber, nfter Ktadrub, the State breeding stud ; these stand from 161). 2^in. to 17h. lfin in height, and are used solely for the S'atfl carriages, which arc rarely seen. There ate also 22 black Kladrubers, which nro used for Royal funcrnl processions and in times of State mourning. In ordinary times these whitK and black horfes are only exer cised for one or two hours a day, enough to keep them in health. Leading such an easy life they last for a long time, and animals of 15, and even of 20 years, have all the appear nnco of young horses. The Bosnian ponies, belonging to the Emperor, and ridden by the young Archdukes, are described as being very active, strong and big, with good legs, and greatly resembling email Irish cobs; they have expressive and intelligent faces, and h&ve plenty of...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sport. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 15 October 1901

Sport. CRICKET. The Cricket match which took place on Saturday afternoon did not attract much attention, probably owing to the fact that it was only a scratoh. match arrang'd I''' iho purpose of whiting away an hnnr or twn between the teams who were desirous of having h little practice. It resulted in a win for No. 1 team by seven runs. The following are the scores :— No. 1 Team.— Webb b Freoman, 2 ; E:c!e* b Freeman, 0 ; Stewart, c Geddcs b Borth wick, 6 ; Donnolly. c EccIcb b Freeman, 4 ; McDont ell b Freeman, 28 ; Butler, c Henalur bComeiford, 1 j Stirton not out, 34 j Jack sco bC.nk. 2; total— 86. No. 2 Team.— Borlhwick b Stewart, 20 ; Cotnerford b Webb, I ; F Glennie b Webb, 4 ; Cook not out, 38 ; Housler b Butler, 4 ; Frteman u Builnr 0 ; Geddes b Stewart, 7 ; Powell c and b Stewart, 5 ; Boydell b Donnelly, 0 ; McClatchie b Dounelly 0; Pr/ke h Donnelly, 0 ; total— 78.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Womanhood Suffrage. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 15 October 1901

Womanhood Suffrage. An address on Womanhood Suffrage was delivered in the School of Arts last night by Mr*. Nugent Doyle. In her opening remarks, Mrs. Doyle said she had come before them to explain why woman should have a vote. In thn first place they should really thank the Premier, Mr. Sep, for the splendid manner in which he brought forward his bill on this sub ject, and nrrove to get it pasBed in the TTouse. Bv doine no he showed he had confidence in womankind in fero po-ing to give her the tremendous power which the franchise would plaon in her hands. The Premier belioved that the gift of freedom to woman would help to purify and raise tho ?political life of JNew aoutn waieB, ana she would ask them very earnestly not to disappoint him, She would beg of them to look upon the voting power aa a grave and sacred right, and to try to exercise it In a serious and oareful manner— not foolishly nor frivolously, but with a complete understanding that their vote would help to return the ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Pastoral Market Intelligence. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 15 October 1901

Pastoral Market Intelligence. SYDNEY PBODUCE MABKKTS Very little liuainess waa trnnsnetfid in product) outside of the Rcdfvrn HUciion sa'cs, but alterations were tnudp in values of soveral IinPS. In fisrd grain lines, prime chickwlu-at sold rpudily it nuctirm at 2-i 1 Id, but thn ilcumnd olsnwhero »ns quiot. Tho Inrgest holders of maizH were still desirous of Fulling primo somplre at 3a lid, I'Ut uther holilirs nskid 3s, and in nnmo instancua obtained it. Uarlcy wn9 vpry Ecarcc, and medium samples of English feed, with Cape samples and Muck oats mixed, com manded the greatly advanced raUr;of 2') 8d, as practically no prime samples freo from foreign matter were avail aide. Following are tho quotations: — Wheat— Milling wheat 2s 9Ad to 28 )(Hd, prime 2a lid; chick 'wheat 2s 103 per bushel, Floor.— Oity roller £6 10s to £6 15» ; Mat.itobft £11 per ton, Pollard. — Quoted to 8Jd per bushel. Bran.— Quoted to 8.Vd. Ohaff.— Local : Pririio £3 12s 6d to £4; mediuhi £3 5s to £3 lOi ; inferior...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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V.A.T.C, SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 15 October 1901

V.A.T.C, SPRING MEETING. Tho following ire the results of Saturday's racing in oonn-otion with the V.A.T.C. Spring Meeting-— E.mo Hi:RDt,E Race, 2J miles— R^ck- atraw 1, Tatter Wallop 2, Beloka 3. Time i miu. 57J-eo. Cauxtield Stakes, 1 mdo 1 furlons.— Wakeful 1, Hyinettus2, Australian Colors 3. Time 1 rain. 58$ aecs. Caclfield Gdineas, 1 mile.— Ibex 1, Haymnker 2, Grasspan 3. Time, 1 min. 46i sees. Risgwood Steeplechase, about 2 miles. —Arcadia 1, Orthtr 2, Aloha 8. Timo 4min. OJsec. . Debctani Stakes, 4 furlongs.— Helots; 1, Brakpin2. NiphetosS. Time, 52«o. Toobak Handicap, 1 mile.- -Bonnie Chie! 1, Blunderer 2, Miltiodes S.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 15 October 1901

Crossley's Yarraman Works. Moree. foT market at Short Notice, the Machines being capable of treating 250 bales per week. 8. Crossley. Furniture, Carpets . . . . . . Bedsteads & Bedding A. Hall & Co. Drawing-Boom Suite, covered in Rich Tap c«lry and Silk Plush Borders— Coucb, 2 Arrr.chalra, and 4 Small Carved Chairv 5 Guineas. A. Hall & Co. Bedroom Suite, Walnut Color— Wardrobe, drew compartment, enclosed by plate glass doer, Duclicsic Dressing Chest to correspond. Marble-top Washstaod, 2 Chairs and Towel Rail. £7 I5a. A. Hall & Co. Dining-room Suite, very Strong -6 Carved back Chaira, P»ir Easy Chain and Coach, all Spring-seated. £6 15». A. Hall and Co. Full-slzu Half-To»ter Bedstead-Extended Footrail and Braaa-monnted, Beat Kapok Mattress, Bolster, and 2 Pillows, Triple Wire Mattresj. £4 15s complete. A. HALL & COMPANY, 561, 563, 565, and 557 George-street, Sydney. Hall's New Catalogue, 72 Pages, 500 Illustrations. Post Free. Country Orders P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 15 October 1901

pOST OFFICE HOTEL (OPPOStTK TUB OOUBT HOUSE), MOREE. THE above Hotel which hat long beon looked upon as one of the loading Mntflln in Moreo, hna just beon taken over by Mn D. E. KIRKBY, who' intonds to con duct it on up-to-date linoo. Boat Brands of Wines, Spirits, and Boors. Kirst-class Accommodation. Good Stsblos. D. E. Kirkby, POST OFFICK HOTEL, MOKEH mHK IMPERIAL HOTEL, BALO anu HEBEK STREETS, MOREE. A. A. EVERINGHAM, * Desires to announce that the above hotol is replete with all tho appointments necessary tor a First-class Hotel. Wines, AIcb, Spirits, and Cordials of the very Best Brands in stock. Excellent stabling accommodation. T) A N K HOTEL. Alfred H. Kirkby, PROPRIETOR. (Late of tho Richmond Hotel.) BEGS to stuto that ho has taken over tho above Well-known HOTEL. Accommodation second to none m town. Private Rooms for Families and Boarders. Tho Now Buildings are replete with all tho latest improvements. Best Brands Wines, Spirits and Boers. Excellent Stabling and Good Padd...

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The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 15 October 1901

The Passing Show. From b spectacular point of view, perhaps the scono which will lnj wit nessed in the House of Representatives this afternoon will 1-e well worth witnessing. The eyes of Australia and perhaps even of tho world, are at present turned toward3 the Common wealth Parliament. The occasion is a roostmomentous one, and the chief accors in the drama about to commence will have to call up all their resources The galleries of the House will, no doubt be packed by an impatient and eager throng, and the indictment of the Leader of the Opposition against the Federal Government will be listened to with wrapt attention. If there is any thing in Mr. Reid tho present situation should oall it forth, He has failed so Tiftcn in the past that defeat at the present juncture cannot fail to put something like a definite period to his political career. There is no doubt that he feels by this time the ov«r wholming nature of the r« p insihilit e now cast upon him as lender of His Majesty's Op...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ON TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 15 October 1901

ON TRIAL. ? The doings in the House of Repre een'aiivps daring tbe present and succeeding week mnst, in the natural course of thing! bs of an exceptionally interesting character, and the result of the debate which is to take place on the 6nanoial proposals of the Federal Government will He fraught with the utmost importance to the Uonimon wealth. The Federal Ministry has been in office now for nearly six months, during which time they have been busily engaged, it may bo truth fully said, in ' clearing the decks for action.' They bad an immense amount of preliminary work to get through in connection with the formation of the new Commonwealth, and this, it must be admitted, they bard accomplished with oredit to themseluea and to the oonntry. They have now launched their policy on. whioh they must sink or swim. They are now for the first time re&Hy on their trial. Up to the present stag* the people of the country fully reoognisod that ? it was neces sary to give them a freo han...

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SHIPS WITH NINE LIVES. Craft Father Neptune Cannot Catch. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 October 1901

SHIPS WITH NINE LIVES. Craft Father Neptune Cannot C*tcb. The first racing-yacht that ever crossed the Atlantic was the 'America,' the vessel which, in 1851 — exactly half a century ago — carried off the cup which Britain has been striving ever since to regain. 1 he ' America is afloat to-day, nnd forms a wonderful example of how much a really well built wooden vessel will stand. After being sold to Lord de Blaquiere at Cowes, and raced by him, she was laid up on the mud at Cowes for years. She was afterwards re named the ' Camilla,' and, in a big storm in the West Indies,- was badly injured, and lost her masts. Towed into port, she was refitted in England, and became a blockade-runner during the American \Var, under the name of the ' Memphis.' Pursued into St. John's River, Florida, by the warship 1 Wabash,' she whs scuttled and sunk. She lay there, at the bottom of tht* river, for a couple of years, and then was raised, and became a practice vessel for the cadets at Annapolis. Aga...

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A LESSON FROM A DIAL OF FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 October 1901

A LESSON FROM A DIAL OF FLOWERS. Br Mm. Hemjuis. 'Twnsa lovely thought to mark the houra, As thoy floated in light awny, By the opening and folding flowers That laugh to Iho summer day. Thus had each moment ita own rioh hue, And its graceful cup and bell, In whoso colour'd vase might sloop tho dew, Like a pearl In an oyster shell. To such sweet signs might the time have flow'd In a golden current on, Ero from tho garden, man'a first abode, The glorious guests were gone. So might the dsyB have boen brightly told Tlioso days of long and dreams, When shepherds gathered tbeir flockj of old By the blue Arcadian stroams. So in those isles of delight, that rest Far off in a breezeless main, Whieh many a bark, with a weary guest, Has sought, but still in vain. Yet iB not life, in its real flight, Mnrk'd thus— even thus — on earth, By tho closing of one hope's delight, And another's gentle birth ? Ohl let us live so that flower by flower. Shutting in turn, may leave A lingerer still for the ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Grateful. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 October 1901

Grateful. 'Julio, did you write and thank Aunt Katharine for your birthday pres ent?' 'Of course. Don't you suppose I want her to send mo one next year?'—

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Silly Not to Think of It. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 October 1901

Silly Not to Think ..( It. Jonkins — My wife's had her new dress dyed; said it didn't matoh hoi hair. \ ' Suie — How beastly extravagant! It'd nave been ever so much ouoaper to hnve dyed her hair. . .

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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HARROW One Moment More and Innocence Would Have Met an Untimely Death. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 October 1901

i HARROW Kvw.i.-E. Would Have Met an Untimely Death. Mrs. Fishington thrust her hand up behind the 'pansy' picture in the din ing room and then exclaimed, her face white with fright, 'John, they're gone.' Mr. Fishington dropped his spoon into tho cofloe. 'Could you expect anything differ ent?' he asked. 'This habit of jani piing money around behind pictures and iu bocks and vases will be tbo ruination of tho whole family. Have you looked in the Bible;' Mrs. Fisliington ran to tbe front room. 'The bills are not in it, ' Bhe sobbed. 'Oh, John, I'm just as sure as I can be that I put them behind that ninfrnrn. ' She gazed all aronnd the room, then rained tbo tablecloth and peered under it. 'Oh, John,' she cried, 'see Tim. He's gulping hard enough to kill him.' Mr. Fishiitgton got downonbisknece and looked uuder the table. There was no queetion about Tim's gulping. Ho rose. 'Dog'B BWallowed 'em, that's all,' he snoered. 'Now,.I sup pose he'll have to bo killed and tho bills rescued bofo...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 October 1901

Local and General. Tiir. Wkather. — Tho weather is still exceptionally hot during tho groater portion of tho day, although early in tho mornings and in tho ovoning it is somowhat pleasant. Rain is badly needed in somu parts, hut so far there aro no indications of a down pour. Well Gk.xsskd CorSTiiY.— The Inspector of stuck, Mr. Krecinan, who has recently returned from a vi-it to the moro distant p.iits of tho Wat-.-rcoiirse, H'ates that the country is looking uxccptioiially well. Tlu-ro .is abiinihnco of feed fn' stoak at pr.-yi.-nt, and it ia likely to last for somu coosidomblu tiun.-. Aiisknck ok Cbimk. — It is gratifying to note thatattlio Quirtur SessionH sittings jii9l ovi-r there was only ono criminal else on the list. This npe.iks well for Moivo, and if things go on improving in this way the j .din- vUitini! this district will noon havo to bo piCEOnted with the customary pair of whi.e glov.!s. Gi.f.smokk Wetiikp.s. — Tho Glcnmnro o^tatu ut-ar Moroo is at pro-o.it producing so...

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WANTED TROUSERS. BUT HE HAD A HARD TIME MAKING HIMSELF UNDERSTOOD. It He Had Been In Any of the old States, It Would Have Been Easy, but In the New State of Porto Rice It Was Not. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 October 1901

wanted&rousers. BUT HE HAD A HARD TIME MAKING HIMSELF UNDERSTOOD. It He Hod Been;! In Any of the old Stntua, It Woold Have Been Kamy, boi In tho Ne*/iMate of Porto Illoa It Was Not. r' Mayaquez, Porto Rico. TJ. 8. A.— It !-ccoino necessary y osterday that I should eek another habitation than tho trou .ors I wore-. Aftor three weekH of hard horsoback riding thoy simply woro un tcnublo, that's nil, and I had to move. I don't rise very high In tho eaddlft— juat high enough.; Usually in tbUu-pountry whon a nol dier buys anything, nftor vainly trying to explain, ho BQizOtr. tho chorished ob ject and runs away with it, with the storekeeper and tho whole provost guard after him. But I wouldn't do nnythiug liko that. Besides, I had on tlioto care worn trousers and couldn't ruu back ward very fast. Now, the last thing In tho world a Porto Rloaa morchaut thinks of is to sell goods. Tho weather ia too impor tant, the cigarette too gosd, tho brandy too old and tho oonoritn across tho wa...

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The Presbyterian Flower Show. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 October 1901

The Presbyterian Flower Show. The floral event of tho yoir as far as Moree is concerned— tho Presbytori.in Flowor Show — is now once moro a thing of tho past. As wo look back upon it. wo must admit that ovorything in connection with it was most auspicious, and with its close on Thursday night, it may ho truthfully said th.it another loif has heen turned down in the book of the history of Moree. Thoro aro so many things to bo considered in connection with an ex hibition of this sorb, that it is somewhat difficult to tell whoro to commence. Ono might deal first with tho ond in view— tbo aim and purposo of the' show— then with tho largo gathoring of visitors amongst whom fairy like forms flit with an animation which lends charm nnd attractiveness to tho picture, then with tho decorntions, and tho lL'hts, and thon with tho flowors. But after all, do not the flowors come first ? Il i« said that they woro given to yiold joy to the world, that in fact thoy aro 'Star? that in earth's firmam...

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