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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901
Church Notices. CATHOLIC— November II, Moron : H/m 8 i-nd 10.30 a.m., licuediction 7.30 p.m. ^'oea 8 a.m., Friday. All Saint's Day, nnd .' aturday, A'l Soul's Day, at it a.m. 1 er. Father O'Connor. PBESBYTERIAN.— November 3, Morop. Sunday School, 10 n-m- torvieo II a.m.. 8 p.m. ; Aililoy 3 p.m.— Kev. G. M Torbott, M.A. WESLBYAW CHURCH.— November 3. Moroo, 1 1 a.m. : 8 n.tn. j J'ycaunah, .?! p.n . —Rev. F. W. Hyne». OHURCS OFENObAiVP— iVovombor 3 22nd Sund »ftcr Tiiuity Alorue, 1' a.m., matin .. cimo.. and H')y Column '' Uoree, 8 p. ;.. .vO..,,,k ?? «J »??'?'? -E«7. -J. i. »»??«. frmt in ilurxc
WHAT THE RATEPAYERS SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901
WHAT THE RATEPAYERS SAY. Judging from the manner in which tjna proposal has Ihicu received by th-s nwjo' - of Iho ratepayers who arc likely to bo all ected bv it, wi should s.y that if the Cuunoi does not, go slow it will ruu tho r.sk ot gutting itsolf very much disliKe.i. -. - started out ona miasimi of emjiiiry ««» ' ecard to it. a day or so ago to Ihid that tho proposal hud gone ahead of us, and was not only being diseu-sed right and loft, but had cro'.ted a considerable amount of diswlisfiiL tijn aniongst- some of the law-abiding i-iliwus of Moiue. '? How many moro iufemallaxea aro they going to put ou,:I interjected ouo— '?They've taxed ua nearly out of the p'ace IIOIV,'1' ??Am 1 i' fiivm- of it, -li,l }?,,« «„-??;?' „,,„ I hi, r. -j.iin.lo.- »l unniliur. ?? Nil. I'm nol. Wo ni-o tttxo-1 up t' the hilt „„«., Thii i.i ''ly l)Gi'8 lIu'° for li™ liuntlit of iwn ci- tlinso mil lut thorn piy fur it if they want il. I ilon't olijoot. to thorn w,ituriiw the stro-ta but I -lo objuut to...
Latest Cables LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901
i.att-st Cables LONDON'. Fii.lav. K.igland has ,:on.p,.-ll,.-,l Ihu I !,«,- powder f.i.!li.ry at I).,l,,go.t lity lo icship to Ham burg some hunred tons of salt pel, o reeeiv.nl from (iciniinv. hail liussell his re mirried Mis. Summer vill... The Royal Ya lit Ophir has arrived at Wuyniotitli. Tho Freuce 5,|iiadron has sailed presumed ly for gnu pracli.-e.
Latest Telegraphic. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901
Latest Telegraphic. SYD.N'KY, Thursday. Messrs Hill Clarke and Co. report having oll'ered 21)00 bales ; a spirited competition piov .iled but values were lower, partieul irly for hurry and fault v sorts. 1! tveusworth niado to (Id; I- me, from Dithho, to S).l ; (Jowga, from Uyemck, 7.W ; Cooiubill from Carathool, 7',d ; R K from Mudiri-u, 8}d ; 1). M. K. from Truiiifiu, Tj'd ; H. M. from Dubbo, 71(1 ; F. O. YandilU from Bsurke (seouroil), lOj'd. Our next silo will take pUeo on tho 11th instant. Australian Colors did a great gallop at. Flominglon this morning, covering a mile and thre?-(|iiartors in throe minutes and nineteen half sees., finishing biilliantly. Tho followiug aru tho lioal acceptances for Derby : Bonnie Chiel, Haymaker, (iraaspan, Ibex, Huutvilliers, Maiilnek. Rtickgdti, Mnryhryuong Plate, Xipheto-, Fi.-.chur, Farowoil, Holuiac, Ironbridge, i'nint riper, Bonnio Belle, Kentucky, Brackpau, Great Heott, and Lord Middleton. ?JDS19 sheop were penned ; competition for butter...
Sport. NARRABRI HOSPITAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901
Sport. N.VHIIABUI HOSPITAL HACKS. . The following aio the results of the Narrabri Hospital Raeus : —First day -. Tiu.u, Stakes, 0 furlongs. --Adventurer 1, Menu 2, Talisman 3. Time 1 min. lOaoc. Pahma.mestauv Handicai1, 6 furlongs. — Ncbrislu I, ,low Boy 2, Snrduaux 3. Time, Iinin.l7.i He«. Hack IUi-k, 0 furluugs.— Siiny II. I, Ni.rma 2. CaroVsi 3. Timu, luiin. ISJsec. Hosi'iTAi. Hanuioai1, 7 furlougs.— Obornu 1, Lady Kipon 2, Repeater 3. Time, Imiu, SQaoc, Sl^;™v H.v,,:.-.l,ivur I, i;,;0,V ?,-,„„ ., I'lin.ic ass' I'iri.sr., I mil,. i, M,l.e-e2, Lul.v «!,»„ :.. 'ii,^ f'^'ir '? a.Snrn.5H?riEI'-P''!rIik'1- '??'-??'«.-. -?2rT2fWirAI-H-™' '? ' ? ?-?
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901
Local and General. H.nn Tkniikii.— Tim following tender was openi'd atlhu Hoads Oiliee yesienhy :-P. Moylao, contract 109, Narrnbri lo Tirrybio hie, iU') Hi I. I.anii Omi K .— Th* f.-illmving 1 md h..s been applied for:— Nov. .-Uth., Jos. F.asl. brooko. uf-er auction purchase, allutinvnt 10, section 17, village lioomi.— :il»t., A. .liird, 225 acres C.I'., U75 acres C.L., palish Green bir, County C'.urallie. G.IZKTIE NoT1':k. — On t'nu 10th Oit. tho following notice appeared in tho ' Govern irn-n' Gizetlc' -Firmi coinjuisin- portion 0 »f »at'.l acres, puish Oillyu, an I 0 of 33s.-) I ai-i-e^ parish D.m-undi, hive ben with, drawn from .S.-lllenieul l.cisc, .uva r.it Wirr.ih h-lding. Ckmj;i;t. — Anotl-.er cricket m.it..-h has been a.rjn.'ed lor Ibis :ifii:rnnrin b-tween 1 be f.,llowini! players :-\». 1 : A. A. Ulennie, Fl.rtchi r, S :. t , M--1).)iiii.;II. C.il.1,. Co ,U, Oiine ford, H -jv, O.-borim, F. Clcniiiu, I'rvke. X.i. -J: Stewart, Webb, Stiit.m Bill tier, li-jyd.dl, Borlhwiek, ...
Street Watering. A BREEZE IN THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901
Street Watering. A BRKEZE IS TUB COUNCIf.. ft i- not often that wn h ivo to v- , ? what is popularly called a 'bice/.- '?!„?,' ; necii..!. with the doings of our '.Mimj \*- Coun.-il. Inn, the proceedings wl,i,l, '' + |,...-.« .. u . ..'..M.ii m iy ii iq a I it; I | HI )ll''('t 1  - , iiiiiieeiioii with Alleimiu Mf.r«an'» i,'.,, .,'' ? i lo s.,d.-|I... tho r..iep ,y.,,a with the [.,-',. wal-ring can, unit ihos-; beu..|iu,;,| tin,,:, with a sped. I i.uelor sl-.i-et watei in . I '. the ollecl of sr.iu.jv, lui di -In. binK H,,. „.,'„' „' ' of thu aimn.'phuio whii-b usually piev.il ' tliel.R-,lC.;u.,cdChimbe,. J l''-1J-l-i:i Alder,,,,,, Moiwnn.ovcd 'Tint t „„(?„„, cdpuicba-e a water cart for the pin, 0 .',. ' . W.H. ring Mi., stroH-.- Ilo said the m ,,i., , was r.ne of wl.i -h lie ^avc iiolk-o u t|,,. .'. mvetinj. .,f tlm C.iiincil. ,)u,in- U,.'. i '.'. week they had lud a U of uxperi.ii.-ev.i-, r. fu-uiieu lo th.j necessity which exist.d'f.', w.llenngihu si reels. He ,1,1 „„; ,„., „ ....
MELBOURNE CUP ACCEPTANCES [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901
MKLIJOUIIN'K CUP ACCF.PTAK(;|.;s Tho following me thu ijnnl .,,.,.,.,„ for the Mel'MiiTrne Cup. r, , ? ?, X '' ' November, i! mile»—(; ,,,!e.',, ., - s,?'..' ' !l.7, llymoitus !) \, (;,.,,r..u Fi,.,|'.,'i, ? l\'' Gilllgl Din S II. Wakeful .S.lli ' \nt. , ? Colo s SI), C,,rbin..,-r .S.7, K|m|-i -'',', R..V.M1..0 7.111. Gunbr-nrer 7s ,r '-11' 7.«, Hock Gun 7.-I, Ha»m,k rli'l.'i 'a',7!' ' n.!-. So-.port «.(., Flagship (I ! , I;.^ ' O.'J, Patronus 0.7 '*---*hi..
Impervious to Sarcasm. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901
ImperTloua to Bftrcaam. The vicar cortainly had a pretty wit. People said that he was sarcastic, and he' tried to live up to the reputation, but he was not always a success. On one occasion a gentleman oamo into the church in tho middle of the sermon. The vicar broko off from his diBoourse and addrosspd tbo newcomer: 'lam glad to see you, sir. I am always glad to sea those latowho ain't como early.' 'Thank you,' replied tbo gentle man, with porfoot self possession. 'Would you kindly favor me with the text?'— Tit-Bits.
Evidently Not In Love. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901
ETlrirntly Not In I-oto. Tliey watched tbo couplo stroll up tho bench from tho boat.' 'I suppose their engagemont will be announced tomorrow,' said .the girl in blu-!. 'Oh, no, it won't,' answered the girl in gray. 'But they've been out hi a boat to gether fishing all the afternoon.' 'I know it.' 'Well, dou't yousuppoao he seized the opportunity to propose?' 'I know he didn't.' 'How do you kuow?' 'Ho's actually brought back uom« fish. '— Chicago PoBt.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 2 November 1901
IN MEMORIUM. PITMAN. — In loving memory of our dear father, Alfred Thomas Pitman, who de- parted this life on 1st November, 1900. R.I.P. We miss thee from our home, dear father, We miss thee from thy place, A shadow o'er our life is cast, We miss the sunshine of thy face. We miss thy kind and willing hand, Thy fond and earnest care ; Our home is dark without thee, We miss they every where. Inserted by his loving children. PITMAN. — In sad but loving memory of my dear husband, Alfred Thomas Pitman, who departed this life 1st November, 1900, aged 44 years. Gone, but not forgotten. He left his home in health and strength, &nbsp; No thought that death was near, He had not time to say good-bye To those he loved so dear. How hard it was to part with one We held on earth so dear, But harder still to part from him Without one farewell tear. Inserted by his affectionate wife. THE MOREE EXAMINER AND GENERAL ADVERTISER. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2
Fighting Mac On Australians. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 5 November 1901
Fighting Mac Ou Australians. At a luncheon given by tho Govern ment of Victoria,' Sir Elector Mac donald, who was received with threo cheers, thanked the speakers and tho assemblage for the toast of his health, and said, — When I came to Australia I had uo notion that I would have been received in such a flattering manner. To have boBU accorded a wolcouie by both Houses of Parliament representing all clashes of the com munity, comes, I can assure you as a great pleasure und a great surprise. Many references havo boen made to iho war in South Africa, but few to the men who left your shores volun tarily to help the old country. It is not iny province or my wish to pay any tribute to the solf-ssimuce of your men ; but when they went out it was generally thought that they might be loft in soft places. They wore not, (Laughter). They were givun oppor tunities to show tbut the sons of the men who left (ho shores af Britain mivuy yoars ago had in no way deteriorated, aud they took them. (C...
An Australian Story. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 5 November 1901
An Australian Story. The Hon. R, E. O'Connor, one of tho most brilliant and popular lawyers in Australia, says M.A.P., ia likely to como into great prominence under the Commonwealth. Ho is at present being spoken of as likely to become Federal Chief Justice. There is little doubt that his advancement to that covotable ottice would give pretty gen eral satisfaction. ' Dick ' O Connor has long been a great favorite in Sydney, where he lias lived and worked all his life, and he is the central figure of many popular stories m his father was buforu bin-.. Apropos of his father he was Olerk of Parliaments in Sydney in the old days and enjoyed somo fame among oilier things, aB a flautist. Henry Parkes, who waB later to become Premier of New South Wales, kept a toy shop in Hunter-street, whore he worked at bis trade making toys and doing odd jubs of mending. O'Connor look his fovorite fluto down once for repair. Later on, Parkos. whese ehop had been always a resort for embryo politicians, w...
Pallamallawa Farmers and Settlers. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 5 November 1901
Pullainnllttwu Farmers and Settlers. A ineetinR of the Pallamallawa branch oE the Farmers' nnd Sr-ttlers' Association was held at tho Pioneer Hotel on Saturday, when there wero present : Mossrs. Oavnnogh (President, in the Chair), J. Maidens and O. Boiighton (VicnPresidents), R. Jones, senr.. J. Coppock. W. H. Finn, T. T. A. Cupples. Jas. Daley, W T. Ui'niintt. J. Deliuidor, nnd the sec retary F. Boughton. On the motion of Mr, Jones, seconded by Mr. Delander, the minutes of tho previous ineRting were road and confirme.d. Tho correspondence included a letter from the UnderSecretury for Works to Mr. Webster, M.L.A., and for warded to the Association, stating that thn report on tha proposal of a bridge ovor the (twydir River at Pallamal lawa had beon delayed owing to freshes in the river, which made it impossible for sections, etc , to be taken, and that, now the river was nenrly down to summer level, the local officer would visit the place and take tho necessary lovels as soon as poss...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 5 November 1901
?VTTANTKD by Chinaman ' Gardenor VV situation on station. Apply Sam I.eonnd Co., Halo Street, Moree. ATTANTKD, for sheep farm, loliablo man, -Y handy uith tools. Apply Messrs. R tS: A. Glunniu, Morec. \\r ANTED Shearers, to communco at VV Tnlloona November 14th, A. Koen, Muunger. ?\TISS POWELL, Chester Street, is ItJL prepared to roctivo pupils for MUSIC and GYMNASTICS. Quarter commencing iu November. No holidays given. Terms modorato. rpO LET. near Mcrco, about 30,000 JL acres ol 6r6t-clasa fattening country, securely feuccd into paddocks and watered by well tanks, aud river, is now covered with a Bplendid coat of gra»a aud herbage. For definite olFcrs please apply H. R. MURKAV, Agent. To Fencers. fTHENDERS will bo roceived by the under X sigued to tho 9th November piox, for thu EKIiCriON of about 42 CHAINS of FENCING (top rail, 4 wires, nud barb). Also, for REPAIRING about 10 Chains. Full particulars ou application. EZZY 4; ilcNAMARA, Auctioneers, Moree. Hospital. WANTED, a Genera...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 5 November 1901
' In the Spring time, a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of lovo, Barry and Stafford's Fancy turns to thoughts of beautiful Spring Goods. Wo have the most up-todnt6 stock that has ever been in Moree to show you. Our stock U resplendent with the very latest of the latest. We are showing novelties in Prints, nnd Muslins, including genuine Scotch Zephyrs, Ginghams, Yasa mites, Knoppps, Hair Cords, Ooin Spots, Bfngal Stripe*, and all other cloths that go to make up the stock of an up-todate draper. Fancy sun* shades and En-tout-cas in endless variety. Lace Ties and Scarves, Beauty Pins, Perfumery of tho very latest — Try the famous Herb Per fume. Wo invite inspection and defy competi tion. It is no trouble for us to eliow our stock. Men's Clothing. The very latest in Shirts, Hats, and Ties. Men's Summer Suits in Assam acd Tussore Silks, Crash and Khaki. Pay us a visit and you will not forget it. Barry and Stafford, EAST M0BE13. '