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IN A WILD WEST LAW COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

IN A WILD WEST LAW COURT. Judge Fitzgerald, ol Arizona, on coming to Tucson, found that formality was almost unknown in the court room. If the days were warm the attorneys and attendants dispensed with their coats. This, to him, appeared particularly dis respectful. He announced that smoking in the court-room wouhl not be tolerated, and thai coats must be worn, under pain of the Court's displeasure. The Grand Jury was called. Among the jurors summoned was a brawny miner, who appeared to be his usual cos tume, a dark-blue shirt and over alls. ' What do you mean,' thundered the judge, ' by appearing in this court-room in your shirt-sleeves ? Where is your coat?' ' At home, judge,' mildly returned the juror. 1 Then go and get it. Not a word, sir !' — glaring down upon the man as he attempted to speak. ' Go home and get your coat, sir, or I'll commit you for contempt of court.1 The miner went silently out. He didn't return that day, nor the next, and the judge, after issuing a bench war...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

The I'assinu Mlunv. Thotjuostun whieh »vas brought bcf'.mthe Mutii--i|i:il Council 011 Tii-;,d:iy night by Aid. John Cimcrcm respi-ctini; the riglil i.f ti'n inj' uurtiui ami tx.'iii^ioiualK in .iiiiiimvb iho iinporl'.iMej to the rc-idrnts if Jl-iieu and to tin.- piibli,.- ^vnerally. It i-. in fiu-f, a u.uoh vexed qin^iiou, ai.d if nor. s.uiifii.jlorily s(!\tlt«l miiy yive riso to a cmi-i.t.:r..Wu .nioui.t of trnublu in the nut very di^Niui future. The Council went to tbi- trouble some tMii- iigo 10 j;..t a p..ni./n f.f ' Tiio Itoc-ki' iv=eived us a ple.isnri! ri;s-jrl fur Hie vise of ex.:m-iuni?l?. Tli.;ru was a g»..il .leiil of dise.9-i»n both i isi.l-. and ..ut^idu the Coum-il iivei- this m..ttor at the tinn-. iiml tin' upitii-ii was i-xrress'd that the public would bo shut out by an upplic iticn whieh was bi-fore tlio Uml IViar.l ia tin- lime. After tho matter had gi.ne through its various -tigcs, it was iinilKmloo I ih/u the appli :i tiou was m-Aiited with a re.--rv.uion — t!i ...

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

In the Leash. SLIPPED ' FREEDOM. , Th» Can sf Mr. E. P. MQORE. When the Nctt Zealand coursing dog ?\Yhilc Koso was sent over to Australia tome timo ago tho patrons of th.it particular branch of Rport were promised something Rrnwitionul -when tho crstwhilt) invincible Maorilaml representative mis pitted against our local champions. W'liiic Roso possessed mi unbeaten record prior to sailing for tbeso Fhores, but was defeated at IVlnmro by (ialtco Bo.v, tvho was trained by Mr. Edward l'atriek Moore, residing at l.'iO Evans street, Balmain. That gentleman is tho owner of several racing dogs, and is a well known and respected personage in coursing circles. To a reporter who had waited upon him, Mr. Moore a.ud: — ' During tho timo that I lived in Angel street, Xoutown, I experienced a bad at tack of liver complaint, tho resulting ovils being many and various. I was troubled greatly with a feeling of fulness after eating, no matter how small tho quantity of food taken. Then terrific pains ...

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

Brevities. A man mined James Wilson was charged at Uronf.ord with stealing milk from a ow. Ho »-a- lying down and citchiug the milk in his mouth. Jhe Queensland Parliament is tikiug step:s lo destroy tho prickly pear un Crowu lauds. In America they aro cupin j with tli. pfst by pcrfujtiug methods of extract. n,' the apints from thu pear and using it fui tcddei. Some think fmt if it could Ie a, oisily pioparod for fotlil ... as s:rub it would bu a'line stand-by for di ought tcisui s. T.i.. Governnieut Statistician isti nates tlu lo:al nreii under wheat for iho pr.tent B:ao. at l,77B.OOt) acres, o;- a decrease of SB, 750 aces on thn a.ca of tho iro.-ious year. The total area uu ler cro..a is e3tin;at d H 2,363,517 acres as compared w th -J.4J5 oG4 acres last year, showing a ? I. cbno 'f 82,000 acio!. T.ic South Africiu war has uow been in rrngiess a little over two years. In April last Sir Michael Hieks-Iisach said the expenditure to that time was £147,817,000, and si. cj then the ixp...

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 — 2 November 1901

Tlioy tux you nt table, they tax you in bud ; From tlio solo of your boot to the crown of your head. l|ut, uuliko the Cnrdiiml's terrible eur.su Not a sin»le half-penny is luft in your pur.su. [With apologies from S (j. HOADLEY]. FELLOW WORKING MEN , . . The men at the head of affiurs in the Federal Parliament has seen (it to place on our shoulders a heavy burden in thu shape of a SWAG FULL OF DUTIES. Nearly nil com modi tics necessary for an ordinary existence to ourselves and children arc tjixt!«lt(, such an exorbitant extent that toyman with a small wage and large family the 1 .u,h ol P,, ht.es will stagger him, will bear him down, will (spt^vkingiitorally) sit upon him so haiil that unless some man rises in our midst we shall forever l,0 crushed out of existence iu this valorious .Laud ot l'reeuoni. ..... SUCH A MAX WILL RISE, and his name is Support him tlmm-li thick and thin ; blow his (--WI)) tm,11I)ct far aiul liem iUjd he win kee]) the prices down against overwhelming odds ...

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

FortlKoiniiiif .Siilcs. K. .V A. (iLUNN'IK, On Vrilay, 15t.li November, 1!-I-\, nt the Show Ground, 510 head mixed cittle.

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

[?] [?] I^OUNIJ, Ho se, Saddle and B idle. JL Also, puici-1 Owner can have ?nim- by giving doicription to G. O. Shaw, junr., To Fencers. rpENDERS will b,~.~ive.l by the under JL sicned tn the !li|, November prox. for the ERKCTION of abnut 42 CHAINS of FENCINO (top rail, I wires, and barb) Also, for REPAIIUNG about 10 Chains Full particulars un application. EZZY & M.-NAMARA, Auctioneers, Moreo. Boggabilla Eailway League. A SPECIAL MEETING of Members of J\ the llogipbilla Railway League will be held 011 Saturday, the 0th November, al 8 p.m., at the BogRabilla Hotel, to appoint a deputation to wait on the Minister for Works. II. STEVENS, Hon. Sec. Special Notice. A HIGH-CLASS CONCERT, consisting XX of Tableaux, Glees, Trios and Sonus, will be given in tho SCHOOL OK ARTS, MOUEE. 011 WediiPMliy next, November 6th, at 8 p.m., by leading local artists. Proceeds iu aid of improvements to local Wosleyan Church. Tickets Is. Rcsorvo Seats 2j. Children half-prico. Gravesend Sawmill. Puo...

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

Read what VITADATIO is doing. Another Wonderful Cure. HEMORRHAGE OF LUNGS OF YKARS STANDING Cured by VITADATIO. Road what Mr. A, Jackson has to say : North Melbourne, November 14, 1900. To Mb. PALMER. Dear Sir,— I have pleasure in giving my testimony a» to. tho good quality »ad oaring power I'f WoMjflr's Vitmlatio. Somo four .V...im nfr- I was tnkun ill. Ono doctor said it u-.is tvpli'id fever. [ was in lied some thrrc wv.-k*, then got voikcr und wrokcr, until 1 went to .inulher doctor, who said tli.it it «-,is intermittent phtlii-is (what pvnp!e know as consumption) and ordered inct.i Ki-liuea .-it oii'.-o. I wi-nt to Kcliuca, stav-'d tlure livs or six weeks, ami uaino hem- j!»:*iii. Aliont three weeks after CMnin,' liimii: I 1™1 hcmnri lingo cuinc on, I liiil up rtn.l thought I »is coming round interval u! tiv innulh?.) Then they got oftcrer ind nftcner until thoy were comiug on i-vcry month. The doctor (tho third ono) tolil im/iit the finish lio could do no more. On tlie afterr.o...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Wool and Produce Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

Wool and Produce Reports, The Now Zealand Loan aud Mercantile Agency Coy. Lul., report .— An is 1131ml at this time of tho year, our grain market is in a miiei state. Many of the remaining huMera of last season's stocks are still disinclined to accept ruling rates, whereas the millers, on the othor hand, having fair stocks, and locking forward to tho near approach of next season's crop, are not desirous of operating. 8heep8kins. — 'lhe weaker feeling in tho market for most grado of wool has had the pflbot of making eheopskin buyers more cautious than of late, and, as a result, tho market has declined to the extont of }d por 1!). This i» felt in almost nil grade*, Rthongh occasionally last week's prices wits forthcoming for odd lots. Tho future of tho warkot is not by any means certain. Hides.--A little uncertainty .with regard to tariQ matter* oautod buytri to oporato with ft little hesitancy at this week's auc tions, and although wo cannot quota any actual decline, the market is ce...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pastoral Market Intelligence. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

Pastoral Market Intelligence. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS Slightly improved business was transacted in the produce markets, and i several alterations occurred in values, ] as noents were anxious to push sale?. I In mill oflal the loA-er rate of 'jjd was i accepted for bran at auction, nml soino holders in Susssexstreet offered lines nt the- same price. Pollard remained steady at 9d to 9Jd. Eiver maize was in belter demand, and 2a 11. Vd to 3s ruled for best samples. Tho' market was firm at those rates on account of the small amount rocpivpd l-y the Parrawnng. Primo milling oata changed hands at 3s 3d and D grado samples were quitted at 2s 11 Id to 3a. Following are the quotations: — Wheat — Milling wheat 3s ; chick wheat, prime, 3s ; inferior broken samples, 2s 3d per bushel. Flour.— Oity roller £0 10a to £6 15s; Manitoba £11 per toD, Pollard. — Quoted to 9Jd per bushel. Bran. — Quoted to 8d. Ohaff. — Local : Prime £i to M 10s; medium £3 103 ro £3 I03 ; inferior from £2 2s Cd. Maize. — P...

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 — 2 November 1901

The Leading Furnishing Establisnment of Sydney. V TTH-K NEBD NOT I CLOSKTTIIK-SKCRBT ; of our rosnark-ililfl mw « : '?-'' - p-itroiiK know it, cnini e-tiiiou is a wan; I of it— in (act, tho-wholc Sia»-- i« »liv« «ith tlnimu.U'fho linve phi.velan, nrlive part in an Vtfpeiiencc in which I their intcio-ls were «cll served. ? \\TK AS.3UCIATE FACT I WITH EVRRY AN'NOl'NCKMKXT, | the public confiding in the sUtpn.eu's j n niake tn then, through the l'r.--s. Triit'l' 'ijnnorV'inH* p'i\e-. mid wril made furnituro are the - irluoi that build lip our business. i T ANY Tl.MK, j Whrn yrni nn- in our nefghliorlinoil we «h..nl.rf«l ol-lim-l if yon woui.l givo i... u rail, ml I n^k to lio shown through our e-tal.Hsliiuent, whuthcr you want to Iwy or not, for if you ilo not want nnyihing in the furnituic line .it llio moment, yon aro almost coitain to A T SO.ME FUTURB HMK ; and once von Imvp seen thu enormous selection wo put before tho public, nnd the reasonable prices, you arcnbsolnlc Iv certain t...

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

?pOST OFFICE HOTEL (Opposite tiik Court House), MOREK. THE abovo Hotol which hae long luien looked upoD as one of the loading Hotels in Moreo, has just boon takon over by Mr. D. E. KIRKBY, who InUnds to con duct it on up-to-date lines. Best Brands of Winca, Spirits, and lkure. First-class Accommodation. Good SUblea. D. E. Kirkby, POST OFFICU HOTEL, MOllKr. riiHE IMPERIAL HOTEL, BALO and HEBEB. STREETS, MOBKE. A. A. EVERDTGHAM, Desires to announce that tho abovo hotel is replete with all the appointments necessary tor a Firat-claaa Hotol. Wines, Alos, Spirits, and Cordials of tho very Best Brands in stock. Excellent stabling accommodation. T) A N K HOTEL. Alfred H. Kirkby, PROPRIETOR. (Late of the Richmond Hotel.) BEGS to stato (hat ho has takon ovor tha above Well-known HOTEL. Accommodation second to noue in town. Private Rooms for Families and Boarders. The New Buildings are replete with all the latest improvements. Best Brands Wiucs, Spirits and Beers. Excellent 8tabling and Good ...

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

I Ml!. A. H. Borthwick DENTIST, may be coiimiI-c! iwxt dcor to Kvoriiwli mi's In perial liolcl. . . l'.tinlisi extractions hy Nitrons Oxide. CiiAKdfcs MonKKATi;. Hours I)iily:-9 a.m., :irt.iu ; Siturdays: !l,i.m. 1 p.m ? Dr. Tomlinson MAY bo Consulted at the Royal Hotel New Buildings, opposite Uoidley's Storp, pending the orection ot a residence on the adjoining allot ment Houits : 9 to 10,'J0 a.m., 1 to 3 p.m., ' to f- p.m. MEDICAL OFFICER FOR THE. MOREK HOSPITAL. IJiiih.s, ^Unvnancsi aiul deaths

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

Tho rloith is announced of Mr. Graham :Bruco. principal of King's College, Rcmucra. Auckland, New Zealand. The Exhibition Building has horn leased to Messrs. A. Honiara and Sons for a further torm of four month*. There are indications of a flood in tho Murray. Tho uppor river is a bnnkor. A losidont of l'addington, Sydney, lias just, celebrated the huudiudlh atmivcisny of his birth. Tlie State Premier has stated onco more, in reply to a question in tho Ifouso, that the question of tho reduction in tho number of members is still under comidornt ion. Tho Sydney Municipal Council h;is decided that all cirts owned by mm in th£ fervico of tho Couucil shall bj diivou by no ownors. Kfforts aro being madu in Sydney to o:uro a. Technical Collogo for tho Eastern Subuibs. A good gone -al raiu hia fulloa throughout South Au.ecr.tlia,

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PECULIAR PULPITS. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

PECULIAR PULPITS. Two or three years ago the Rev. John Honnett, an American mountain evangelist, selected a very peculiar pulpit, and the novelty attached to his selection attracled a large congre gation. A great rock known as ' The Devil's Tea Table,' is situated near Caston, in West Virginia, and the valley around it is hemmed in by mountains, and this natural formation possesses good acoustic properties. The minister in question announced that on a certain day he would preach from this rock, and quite a thousand people assembled in the valley to listen to the sermon delivered from a pulpit one hundred and fifty feet above their heads. The text selected at this unique service was ' On this rock 1 build my Church.' A stone putpit nxea in a quaarangie of Magdalen College, Oxlord, was formerly used for open-air services, but last century these were dis continued. In 1897, however, they were resumed, and the old pulpit was once again called into requisition. Wbitechapel Church has als...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

WANTED by Chinaman Gardener iituttion on hUtioD, Apply Sam Loo and Co., lialo Street, Moree. WANTED, for sheep farm, reliable nun, hnndy with too:s. Apply Messrs. P. 4; A. Glenuio, Morce. ? WANTED Shearers, to commence- at Tullooua November Utli, A. Keen, Manager. ? Horse Sale. ri-IIIH UNDERSIGN KD arc making J airniiL-emeiits to hold an AUCTION SALE OK HORSES at Moreo on 20th Novembr-r, 10U1. Veudors who pnr|.ii»e sending consignments will much oblige by furnishing particulars an eiiily aa possible, to allow of advert Uing. We have already 50 head booked. F. & A. GLENN1E, Auctioneers. Moree, 2lith October, lflOl, ? Cattle, Cattle. FRIDAY, Iotii NOVEMBER, 11101. F& A. GLENNIH havo received in . HtruulioiH from Allnn Biker, ol Stonehengo, to sell by public auction at tho Morcc Show Ground, on Friday, 15th November, at 2 o'clock— '20 Bnllock3, 4 ami 5 yous. 31) „ 3 years. 100 Dry Cows, mixed ajes. 190 Spayed Cows, 4 to 7 years. JlO All in good condition, quito half bei...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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A SUMMER'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

A SUMMER'S DAY. It was a lovely day, a summer's day — A day when Nature, seemed to sleep in peace, And all around was peace. The feathered songsters Warbled their hymns of praiso and sweet content To their Creator ; while the geutlc brc. zc Dreaniinglj stirring iu the ta.ll tree tops, Sighing a. sigh of peace in the long grass, lending with stately grace the golden corn, Murmuring sweet nothings to the dainty rye, Joined in the chorus ever and anon, Then trembled into silence. Suddenly, The spoil is rudely snapped ; £pr- rushing on With sharp, shrill scream, and loudly clanging bell, We see the liery monster with its freight, Immense, of living souls. On, on it speeds Until the last pale cloud of steam departs, And once again the silence reigns supreme. The sun, the glorious sun, is shining bright, High in the heavens, and tinting all around With his own golden glory j and afar, Glinting like diamonds, radiant in the light, Lies the clear sea, so calm, in such repose That not a ripp...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Boggabilla Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

K---;j;al)illit lliiihvay LiNitjuc. A mvetiiii! of muuihiira of the Hoi-giliiila Uiihvay League was held on Suur.by .?veiling' in Aver} Vhall. Mr. A. Uae was vi. ltd to the, ehiK, and explained tint tho ousincsj (I me meeting «m to ,Ie,l «ilh con-L-spondence and such other mailers as The outward coi respondent included a letter to Ihe Minister for Works, forwarding copy of tho resolution p.ssed at the hie put.lie meeting asking for a line vi.t Wall.in ; to the P.oomi liran,h, K.irn.er-.1 and ^ellluiV As5oeiali.ui, forwarding a copy of same, inviting their eo operation, and nrgiuglhat a hrane.h of the Le.gue for that purpose bu nstabli,hed. Correspondence w.is received and p., niising assistance. From the Piihliu Works iJeparfnent acknowledging ncuipt of letter cnveiiug resnluliuii. Krnin W. WebMur, M.L.A., covering loiter from Works Department, proinisi,,K an examina tion of the roiile, slating that the existing Mirvev w.is considered siitfieiunt to test the natme of the country pas...

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

COURTESY AT HOME. Among brothers and sisters a little harmless banter is perfectly admissible, and even, perhaps, desirable ; but a family whose members are always snapping at each other in the style at present approved as clever, both in fiction and in reality, can scarcely be upheld as a model of courtesy at home. Both among broil eis and sisters, and husbands and wives, a great deal of talk which begins with chaff ends in rudeness. In society conventional politeness sets certain limits to repartee, but at home there are no such barriers. In private life, v/hen the more refined weapons of conversational dispute fail, the com batants are apt to resort to vulgar personal abuse. Servants could sometimes tell curious stories about the courtesy of their employers at home — or, rather, the want of it. There are ladies renowned for their charming manners in society who use their maids as safety-valves for the innate rudeness which they contrive to repress and conceal in public. Doubtless...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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OPHTHALMIA IN SHEEP AND CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901

OPHTHALMIA IN SHEEP - AND CATTLE. From the Aijrieulturul Gazelle uf N.S. fV. This disease, says Mr. G. Sidney Smith, Stock Inspector, Bathurst, is brought about by a variety of causes, such as dirt, grass-seed, or other foreign bodies getting into the eyes ol the animal, also from sudden change from heal lo cold, etc. Sheep shorn in cold, changeable weather may suffer from an attack of ophthalmia or being exposed to heavy cold rain after 11 few hot days. As regards sheep, I have found the following efficacious as a dressing for the eyes. Of course, sheep being more easily handled than latce stock, they can be more easily treated. When they show signs of blindness tl.ey should he yarded, and all affected sheep removed, to prevent the disease spreading ; also, for the convenience ofdiessing, this should be done by two or more hands according to the number affected — say, a man and a boy — so as to catch and examine the animal carefully, and if any foreign substance be found the same s...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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