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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 29 October 1901

? — ? Tliuy tux you at tublu, they tux you in butl ; From the solu of your boot to the crown of your head. But, unlike the Cimlinal'.s terrible curse, Not i\ single half-penny i.s left in your pur.se. [With apologies from S (J. HOAULEV]. FELLOW WORKING MSN , . . The men at the head of affairs in the Federal Parliament has seen fit to place on our ?shoulders a heavy burden m the shape of a SWAG FULL OF DUTIES. Nearly all commodities necessary for an ordinary existence to ourselves and children are taxed to such an exorbitant extent that to a man with a small wnijc and laro-e family the I inch ol Pomes will stag-er him, will bear him down, will (speakingiiterally) sit upon him so hard that unless some man rises in our midst we shall forever be crushed out of existence in this brlonous Land of Freedom ? SUCH A .MAN WILL ELSE, and his name is Support him through thick and thin ; blow his (own) trumpet far and near, and he will keep the prices down ugamst overwhelming odds ? SATURDAY NIG...

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 — 29 October 1901

Wool and Produce Reports, Tho Australian Mortgn8o and Agency Co, Ltd., John BiidgoandCo., Ltd., Wnnisnn, Jones and Devlin, Ltd., Hill, Clark ami Co., Pastoral Vinauco Association, Ltd., ,ind Winchcombo, Caisun and Co., Lid., rrnort on 20th hist. :— The public auctions of tho past week were on the wholo very sati-f.i-:lt.ry. The nurkrt may iio said to havo settled down in a nmro regular lovel of values, uud under brisk com petition good clearances were iH'ccted. A foatuio of thu week wai thu improvement in prices for tino c.osshreda when free from burr, hut thu Lurry descriptions and the coarser grades remained unilti'ied. (Jond general conipeiition was euc.unlered for all tho better duHcriptioiiB of grensics, but hurry aud wasty wools sold with some im-gul.uily andinson.o eases di-clinul J.l per Hi The total quantity offered amounte.l to -J:!, «7 bales, and tho sales including private trans actions reached a total »f 20,!)l.-- Inlcs. Tho highest prico of thu week in the creasy secti...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 29 October 1901

Sir Georgo Svdenham Clarko, tho new Governor of Victoria, iccon. mends the appointment of self-supporting naval ^rations. A hope has been expressed hy Sir George fiydenliaMi Clarko that Victoria will Co mtdo Hlf-iupporling in the uveul of war, The Premier has stated in Parliament that ho will lako stops, as fir as tho law will allow him to prevent glove fights. Harry Cullip. a settlement lessoe iu Mullin County, 2'- miles east of Nyngan, was found rlo«tl in his home last week with a rillc by hie side. It is not known whothor ho shot himself or whether ho was accident ally shot, Tho largest shipment of buttor this sea son consisted of 4,310 boxes by the Arcadia. Tho now rooma of tho Timber Industries Association were oponoil last weok by the Minister for Agriculture. Mr. Kidd eaid the uow Association would bo able to assist thu Government in tho conservation cf forests, What is claimed to be a record mle nf flock sheep is reported to havo been ctl'ccloil by Mr. 8. MtCilighoy, of Coon...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 29 October 1901

TO STAND THE SEASON NEAR Wood Park (Moree), The Celebrated Draught Stallion, Lord Roberts (Imported from Tnsmiuia). Is a himUonio bay horse, foaled November, 1895, stands well on short legs, with Rood bone, nnd a 8no mover. His sire, High Slioi-iff (imported at a cost of 1100 guineas from England), dam Flower, by Oneral Brown (imported) : granrldam by Baron of Clyde (imported) ; K granddim by Sir Colin Campbell (imported). Lord Roberts is winner uf second prize at Westbury as n yeailing; 6rst prizes at Lnuncoslon, Weaibury, Latrobe, Longford, as a three year-old, and socond prize last year at Linnceslon. A limited number of marej will be taken. Terms:— £3 3s single moro. A reduction made for two or more mares. Oioi] g-ass and Wi'er. Eveiy care taken, bin mi responsibility incurren. All mares to bo mnnved and piid for on 31st December, 1900 WOODS BROS., C/o W. Woods, Wood Park, Mow,

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Latest Telegraphic. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 29 October 1901

Latest TcIcKi'nphic. HOMRIiUSH. Mon:lay. U7(i ciittlii wnv ynnlnl ; values 10s Imvi'r: best l.cpf L'7n per 100 lbs liullocks .£(i 10* lo £11 ; cows, XG to £9. 16.300 sl,,,p W1.rn pr.nm:(, . prime linn, others Is lower. We.thois, «s 3d io 1(-3 ; ewoi. 8s to l.i? 2(1 SYDNEY, Tu-sday. An interesting Maitlnml divorce case was commenceil yi^terdny. Tlio wif« sou-lit f,,r a dissolution of mnrriago^on gpni-rnl gioumU. A cio'6 issui; was raised on behalf of tho hus band, mid evidence, wn.s KiHercd upon. A small number of witnessea are to be examined. A woninn named Florence. Olillbrd, aj;«l 27, lias hren remanded for a week on an ullf'--cl charge of using certain instruments upon u girl nged 14A years. Another attempted criminal cutiuge has been reported from near Duhbo by nn aboriginal upon a girl, who success fully resisted tlm utiack. Tho man savngely inflicted serious injuries upon bis victim, who was brought to Dubbo Hospital, sufiering from loss of blood. The b'ackfrllow is st ill at ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 29 October 1901

THE DRAUGHT STALLION Charmer, By Shield Bearer, Shield Bearer by Shield Bearer (imp.) who was the property of Mr. ). Onus, of the Richmond. His dam by Fnrmer, Farmer by Kiug Tom (imp.) g g Jam by Drayinon. TERMS £2 PER MARE. Good puldocks provided. Every care taken but no responsibility. All marea to I c removed aud paid for by 1st January 1901. W. R. PITMAN. r?!-rw® T0 STAND THIS JS'oondii Vale, Tho Puro Bred Hungarian Pony, King1 Charley King Charley is a dappled chestnut, with silver mauo and tail, aud is a pure Hungarian l'ouy. Sirk. — Prince Charley (pure Hungarian 1'ouy) by Bonnie Charley (imp.) Dim.— Clara (puro Hungaiian Pony), bred by Hon. J. T. Summers, Victoria. This maio took second prizo for jumping at Metro pulitan Show 1S92. Terms:— £1 10s single maro, a reduction for two or more. All maros tn bo removed and paid for on 1st January, 1902, otherwise a charge of Is (j;i will be nude. Good paddocks. No responsibility. P. D0R.AN, Rocheford. ?v JSF^ '-TO STAND THE ('XF^T^Q...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Destitution and Suffering in South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 29 October 1901

Destitution and Suffering in South Africa. l?rom the following appeal it will Ijr seen that there is o vnst amount of suffering and distress amongst wmuen and children of all classes in South Africa at present owing to the pro longation of the war. A movement for the relief of tho destitution and suffering lias been started by a com mittee of the Society of friends, and we have been asked to give publicity to tho following circular which hus been issued : ? ' To the Ministers and Mem bers of Churches and Congregations in Sydney and elsewhere. Dear Christian Friknds : Ino lemb o suffering caused by the war in South Africa particularly to tho women and children many of whom aro British, seems to us a loud call on all Cristian punple, to do what they can to rolie-o tho wide sproad cliatiuBs. The Society of Friends (Quakers), m tug land, and others, havo taken tho .natter up, and have already sent over 20,000 garments besides matoiial for making into clothing and comforts to South Afric...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 29 October 1901

At the Qlv.\ 2a 'tis 3 Soma, For tho S?.?.L' cid who ciau_s.-l, BOO^£nAr:C SHANDY 18 T51E uH.f. What Price Wr.terbury Watches? What Quality Waterbury Watches ? _s_E«sf __s: g&sjj3».k*x:ks?-22- i ___-C2»-_3- -_2_G-.^i2:_sr ?__DC2--_s^'_.o'csia- Is Cool- & Sivect. JI:i a -i prut u reel «U jute!: ? t in Jiiu/lnnd. Borneo Cigars, 'Fleur de Darvel' Brand Do not be put njf, fee that you obtain the licit TlnuciH'iinij fimokr. ' Fhur do Darvel ' Cigars. or^r-rirtri«-«op-'iri-?*t«*tr«^-ci;'^'^y^owi1'^1/^-'V^'/^9 c ? i ? f TV;r.v.£?_.'5 Baking rowicr, r -S-ilii (.'verywhore: f Always all there. jL YJ an Jfl S host of all, ^ Others to the vail; t Be advised, try it, ^ You'll never deny it. I G-cod maybe some; I Bottes can be aoao ; ?7 Best only one ; J? Place fairly won. f Dr. Wcagh's ,- ? . .-_?--.. ? ;-, ? t— ; ihe l.e«t JS^C,^_.'S, 2 ''li^o ir .my iliws, 7 Then nsu it, because *'/ LxpciiiMice malve- I.ivs ^ Al«n\6 j);:r:ct. . h-.-n- i:_t, t} E\H EU1O-1 I11..C- PO-t, _j Altt....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 29 October 1901

Tie Ai.iet ui Tnbaco Tru-st is wil mi,' to s,» tif] n million sterling in -Ci. inn.,' lln Illicit Ii tobacco trade. A itin.ii iintnoil Tlipir.us Camjjbr'il, ?i^il _ I, lins I oi'ii nrre K'd and charged will the Q ipa'ilit'jnn outrage. He is -ml to tPacmlilu ihc man 'who is wanted for' I he ?llnnisny Bush nff.iir. The Rua-iin llinntcr for War has arrived at .Morv, inspecung military post- -ix Afghans were seized thpro as ^[iii- mid nftirwards released, lj--:iiig tnl.l tlmt UiHsin wii3 thu fiiend ot Atg'miistun

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 29 October 1901

Wedding Bells.   [Contributed) A highly interesting wedding cere- mony took place on October 23 at Rio Grande and at Oakvale, the former place being the home of an old and very esteemed resident in the district, Mr. John Alfred, whose daughter Elizabeth was married to Mr. William Edwin Dawson of Preston Vale. The bride was charmingly attired in an exceedingly tasteful dress of white silk, and wore the customary wreath and veil, and her bridesmaid. Miss Ruby Dawson, wore a becoming dress of white and pink silk. After the marriage ceremony had been per formed by the Rev. Harold 0. Barnes, and the numerous and useful wedding presents had been admired, Men- delssohn's Wedding March was played and the company left for Oakvale, the residence of the bride's sistor, Mrs. M. W. Fry, who had made most laudable efforts to decorate her home tastefully for the occasion. She succeeded ad- mirably, and is deserving of every credit for the way in which she pro- vided for the comfort of...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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A Fancied Immunity. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

A. Fknclad ImmiiultT* 'Weren't you afraid of tho bnlleti?' «he asked of tho soldier. ? 'Not a bit,' he. answered. 'Yon felt ai if you had a oharmed life?' 'Not exactly. But after I got mj system thoroughly lined with hard tack I was reasonably confident that no bul lot was going to penetrato' far onough to do much damage.' — Washington Star. ?

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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A Fortune In Store For Him. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

A rortnn* In Btor* For Him. Inreutor — I've a grand remedy foi bronchitis and cold in tho head. How would you boom it if you wore, mo? Business Man — The flrat stop ii to get the papers to publish a hygienic ar ticle recommending people to sleep with opeu doors and windowB aud with only ono blanket on the bed. Then every thing will be ready for your advertise ment the following week. — Ally Sloper.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Hereditary inclinations [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

H«r.dlt«rr InollDBtlom. Nurse — What do you mane by cnt tiug up your father's fiueoyclopodiuius: Bobby — Why, I'm pluyingl'm a doc tor like pnpa, and I'm outtiug out the appendices. — Vim.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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THE MANILA POSTOFFICE. A Forecast of Troubles In Store For the Postmaster. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

THE MANILA_POSTOFFICE. ? A For«n»it of Trouble! In Stars Far tha ..Po.tm.lt. r. Tho day was hot — very hot, in fttct — and tho postmaster at Manila foil asleep in his easy chair boforo ho had read half the postal cards. Tho noisy brush ing asido of the rood curtain that nerved for door brought him back from dream land with n stnrt. A strapping nix took native in nil tho glory of a crcruuno sofa over n sailor's cap stood beforo him, calmly majestic. 'Waa* letter!' impressively com manded the dusky caller. 'Niuno, ploase!' urbanely inquired the postmaster, picking up thu thumb stimicrt package. 'Guabaiio my namo! Want letter!' 'Sorry, CJuahano, but thore's noth ing horo for you.' 'Want letter!' 'But thoro isn't nny for you I' 'Innso got lotterl' 'Well, somebody wrote him ono, thou.' 'Mo chief I Inoso no chief 1' 'Can't help that, old man. You boo, 'Giye Inoso lottorl Nogivo Cuiilmnn letter I I fight! I kill! -Want letter!' 'But if thoro isn't any lunv in' — 'Want lotterl Inoso got let...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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THE DATCHET DIAMONDS. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CHATTER VIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

?THE DATCHET DIAMONDS. (Ar,i. Rights RKSKnvKn.) BY RICHARD MARSH. OHATTEIt VIII.— Coxtihvkd. Hen-turned by an afli-rn.mn Iruin to Brighton, in ahnut as hhu-k a tnouil as ho (Mini'! Lm. Hu sat in n i-orniM-i.r a i-r-m-di-d comparl input— for siime ri';i-inn he rather shirked travelling alone — communinc with the demons nt dranair who si-cmed to he tin- truants nf his brain ; Ik-litim; witli Ins own partidi'ar wilil bi-aits. Arrived at Brighton without adventuri-, he drove Ml might to Makell's Hotel. As In- advanced into the hall, the liiananer fame, towards liim out i-[ the i.flici-. '? Good evening. Mr. Paxfnii. Did you authorise anyone to come and fetch away your bag ? ' ?? No. Why ? ' ?' Some fellow eaiue and aaid that you had sent him for your lilndrtont! bng.' ?' r did nothing of the kind. Did you give it him ? ' Tlii! manager smiled. ?' Hardly. You had confided it to my sate keeping, and I was scarcely likely to hand it to a straneer who was un.ible In present a more sufficient...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

At the Club, In the- Home, For the Siafc and the Sound, Everywhere, and for Everybody, BOOMERANG BRANDY IS THE BEST. What Price Waterbury Watches? What Quality Waterbury Watches ? log- o-*2k.3s:E:»r ? i?O3B.A.c;csa Is Coo/. -£? Sweet. Manufactured & packed in England. Borneo Cigars, 'Fleur de Darvel' Brand Do not be j)ut off, sec that you obtain the Best Threepenny Smoke ' Fleur de Darvel ' Cigars '5TTTT PT APUT &r fSfl SELLING AGENTS ONLY. T/jc 2*esi JP/iw/j. /» Sydney to handle your FAT . STOCK, . WOOL . & . PRODUCE. Personal Attention, Highest IV.ices. Phosiit Returns. 3V1Q JOllCS end tOE^p^yy ORIENT to ERASURE. ' SAC-**- ^ SAC— *~ ..SUITS /#-\ SUITS ci/ il#^ ift^/, I in |||f in TWEED or |vp; TWEED c: SERGE. tjt SERGE TO MEASURE '^Ik TO MEASURE. Patterns and Self-Measurement Forms posted Free on Request. GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, Opposite C..RO.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

TO STAND THIS SKAhON AT HOliAMILDI, Tl.o well-known Pony Stiilliion, 'The Gem,' By Chevy Clins (imp.) Tho Gem was a winner on the Hit and over hurdles. Ho has Nik;n twonty-Bovcn drat prizes at vnricus »ho«s, both in tho ring and in harness. His notion in harness is admitted to he purfu-Jt. Terms -*2. Good grans and water. Kvery caro but no responsibility. U.J. M'FAULAND. yffiZjfa. TO STAND T11K Tho Trotting Bullion 'Royal Chief' Rnyal Chief is r handsome rlaplcd creamy, with snow-whito rnauc ami tail; Dtniulit 141 handa. Site. Chieftain ; dum, Lena, by MuCallmn Mor, from a thoroughbred man-. TERMS : £4 U por Mnro. Every care take-^ Imt no respnnisibility incurred. Art, lares must be removed and paid for ou or before the I at of Juniiaiy, 1002. Auy marc3 not re moved by the 1st Jauuaiy, a chnrgo of 5s per week per head will bo made. P. H. O'BRIEN, Keytah. Tho Celebrated Coaching Stallion 'Defiance.' Defiance is a beautiful Dappled lirown Ho-»e, standing 15 hands .3 inchrB, by Confide...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

GENERAL HEWS. Christophe/Cblumbus was origin ally a weaver. The Mississippi River is four thousand miles long. Europe contains nearly three million eight hundred thousand square miles. The English mails were first sent by rail in 1838. In Yorkshire there are 3,882,851 statute acres. Dealers in game cannot hold a victualler's licence in England. Oysters were 26. per gallon in the reign of Edward 111. In Spitzbergen the longest day is three and one half months. Ireland has the most equable climate of any country in Europe. The breaking strain of an inch\ rope is estimated at nine thousand pounds. There are three thousand four hundred and twenty-four known languages, or, rather, dialects, in the world. To spin enough silk for a lady's dress three thousand silkworms are required. The number ol blind people in the world averages about one in every thousand. The light of the sun is eight hun dred thousand times more powerful than that of the moon. An innkeeper who takes a pledge for the p...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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MUNICIPAL MOREE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

MUNICIPAL MOREE. The proceedings which took place at Tuesrlny evenings special mafiting of the Mores Municipal Council, have formed the cliipf topic of conversation in several in terestfid quartnra through out thn wppk, ard are Ruch ns call for special mpntion in this column once more. Passing over the alignment post difficulty, and the closing of rizhtBof-wny to the river frontages for ihn timn heing. wo come fac to fare with a p'opisal which, to th arpat majority of the ratepayers is a bit of' a Burpriso. WiTall remember hut too wpI! what took p'neo in con npction with the pstabiisliniRnt of the WatPr works which is regarded hy fiome still ns a ?' whitp o'ephint, ' and linw, it w^q sla'.-'l, the undertaking wan forced on without the ratepayers having a fair opjmrt'Cnit;/ of objecting to or protesting against being smhl&d with tliis enormous expenditure, and now it is proposed to further increase thfi liabilities of the long'tuflWing ratepayers by introducing a costly syste...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

Municipal Council. A special meeting of the Moreo Municipal Council w&s held at the Council Chambers on Tuesday night for tho purpose of dealing with th« business which had to stand over in consequence of tliu ordinary fortni;-hUy meeting nnd it subsequent special meeting lapsing for want of a quorum The whole of the aldermen with the exception of the Mayor worn in attend ance Alderman D. E. Ktrlcliy occu pied the chair, and th«re worn present, — Aldfirnien John Oampron, J. H. Kay, D. RSuitip, H, Dobbi', J. Morgan, nnd II. M. L. Pike. Tlie minutes ot (ho previous meetiog having been rPiid nnd confirmed, the Council proceeded to deal wilh (he Correspondence. Air. JJIotiowski wrote complaining ? that on several occasions lately thn night pan, which had Iippii brought baok (o his residency had been in a . dirty condition. He went on to point out in 1)13 letter lhat hn thought n proper system of chansing by htenm was to Jmvo been introduced, and he believed (lint most of tlo rat...

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