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The Cigarette "Boom." [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 9 November 1901
? Tlio Cigarette ?'Boom.' The consumption of cigarettes has grown with speciil rapidity, multiply ing one hundredfold in the past twe.nty-fivo years. Most of the cigarettes on the market are machine made. One machine, working with the dexterity of the human fingers, will roll 200,000 cigarettes in ten hours. A hundred girls would be needed to do the same work by hand. The rioe paper used in the cigarette is mostly made in Franco, and is suid to he the product of the libro of the Sbre of the cocoanut palm. It is veiy tliin, tough, and almost transparent, and Lnrna without odour and almost without ash. Ttmw pounds of tobacco ire uuedod for a tirousaucl ciguivltf?,
Queen of the Belgians. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 9 November 1901
Quccu of the Belgians. The Queen of the Brlgtans was lately »t Spa, where she is highly popu'ar. Hor open carriage, drawn by a pair of horses, might be seen daily in the surrounding country. An incident occurred in thn course of one of these rides tha other day, which, besides illustrating her Muj-isty's hatred of oruelty, greatly strengthened her hold upon public sympathy. At the bridge of TIikux sho saw a man and woman cot into a little cart drawn by a single dog, which was utterly unable to move with such a weight. The man flogged the poor beast most cruelly, despite its evident helplessness, and the Queen, stopping her carriage, remonstrated. As be had no suspicion of her Majesty's identity, he merely told her to mind her own business, and for some time longer, despite her continuod protests, continued to flog the dog without the slightest efl'ecN At length, from Bheor weariness, he. desisted, and got out of the cart, which then moved slowly on, and the Queen, hurrying her carri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 9 November 1901
A Vory Romwkablo Rornodr. ?'It i- with a qani deal of pleasure and soti-faotion that I recommend Cli.imborl lin'a Colin, Choleri and Diarrhop.i Kemedy,' «»ys Druggist A W. Sawtclle, of Hartford, Conn. 'A lady tiiJtomer, aoeing tho remedy ex posed for sale mi my show caso, tuid to me : ' I roilly believe that ino'licino saved my life the put summer while at tho shop-,' and she b-cnino so cnthnriaatic over its merits that I at once m,ulo up my mind to rcctiinmcnd it in the future. Hec. ntly a gcntlninan ciunc into my storo so overcome with colic piin-i lint ho sank at once to tho floor. I g.-ivc him a (loso of thia remrdy which helped him. f repo-itcd the dni-o and in fiftc?n minutes ho loft my store smi'inply itifnrming me that he feltn« wMlnaevrr. ? Sold bv BAR1Y & 8TA1F0KU, E'ist Moree.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 9 November 1901
TO STAND THIS HKAMJX AT BOIiAMlI.W, Tho well-known l'onv Stalliion, 'The Gem,' By Chovy dins (imp.) Tho Gem was a winner on thu ft it and over hurdles. Ho has Uk»n twenty-seven fir.it prizos at various ehowp, both in the ring and in harneaa. His action in harness is admitted 10 be perfect. Tikms-1'2. Good grass and water. Every caru but no responsibility. C..I. M'FAULANU. Tho Trotting Sullion 'Royal* Chief' Rnyal Chief is a handsome da pled creamy, wiih snow-white mane anil tail ; iitanda 14} hands. Sire. Chieftain ; dam, Lona, by ikCallum Mor, from a thoroughbred inarf. TERMS: £4 4j per Mare. Every care taken, hut 110 responsibility incurred. All Mares must be n-moved aud paid for on or before the 1st of Januaiy, 1002. Any mares not ro moved by the 1st Jantwy, a ch.irgo of 5d per week por head will bo mad«. V. H. O'ISRIHN, Kcytah. Tho Celebratod Coaching Stallion 'Defiance.' Defiance is a beautiful Dappled Brown Home, standing 15 hands 3 inches, by Confidence out of a mare by Lord ...
Wedding Bells [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 9 November 1901
Wedding Bells &nbsp; St. Henry's R.C. Church, East Moree, was thw scene of a very pretty little wedding on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. P. Hughes was united in the bonds of wedlock to Miss &nbsp; Mary Wright by the Rev. Father O'Connor. A large number of friiends of the happy &nbsp; couple attended to witness the interesting event. The bride, who was given away by Mr. John McGarry, was attractively attired in a white liberty silk dress, tucked skirt and bodice, and bound with chiffon and orange blossoms. She also wore a wreath and veil. The travelling dress was of greay &nbsp; voil, cream guipnre lace, and violet be be ribbon, trimmed hat to match. The brides- maid, Miss Jones was also in becoming &nbsp; costume. Each wore a brooch, the gift of the bridegroom. After the corcmuny the wedding party and numerous friends drove to the residence of Mr. John McGarry, where the wedding breakfast took place, and the health of the newly married couple was e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901
They tax you at table, they tax you in bod ; From tho solo of your boot to tlio crown of your head. But, unlike the Cardinal's terrible curse, Not a single half-penny is left in your purse. [With apologies from S. G. HOADLEY]. FELLOW WORKING MEN . . . The men at the head of affairs in the Federal Parliament has seen fit to place on our shoulders a heavy burden in 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 wage and largo family the Pinch of Politics will stagger him, will bear him down, will (speakingiitcrally) sit upon him so hard that unless some man rises in our midst we shall for ever be crushed out of existence in this Glorious Land of Freedom ? SUCH A MAN WILL RISE, and his name is ?\«/*\m/iro^TB\a/w\n/w\»vsrsji^wsa/w\B^irsB^HNa/a\«/Ti\a/ Support him through thick and thin ; blow his (own) trumpet far and near, and he will keep the pric...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901
Itchiiiess of tho Skin. Ever had any irritation of tho akin? There are many forms of it, any of them bad enough to tax your patience. Hemorr hold, a plague of tlio night ; uo rest for tho sufferer from this complaint. Eczema, too ; hives don't Bound dangerous but they ciuso much misery to those nafortunate enough ? - bo troubled with them. Doau'a Ointment is 'a wonder' for any auch trouble. No troublesome irritation of tho skin oan retibt its healing, soothing influenee. Lots of Harrabri pecplo know this now. Mr, Jrb, M'Cutoheun, Tobacconist, Mait Iftud'ttrat, «»ya i-' Fivo or tig yours »go I had a rash break out on the leg through riding in a n\v hido snddlo, and it lasted ever since until quite, 'atoly. At the time it became so itchy that I had to get it seen to, but tho treatment I obtained did not do it any good, tho rash beini; aH bad a« ever Finally I obtained a pot of Doan'a Ointment at Ford's Pharmacy, and after a few applications I lost tho irritation. I have used it severa...
Wool and Produce Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901
Wool and Produce Reports, The Australian Mortgage and Agency Co, Ltd., JohiilS.idgoaudUo., Ltd., Harrison, Jouca »ud Uevliu, Ltd., Hill, Clark and Co., Pastoral Finauco Association, Ltd., and Winchuombo, Carson and Co., Ltd., report . — Wool. -The catalogues dealt with during the past wuok luvu been very substantial and the (election pUoed bofoie buyers Ino been a very ropreiuntativo one. Whilo there has bean no improvement upon last week's prices for merino wools, a firmer tone was noliconblo, and fine oroasbreds show aa appreciable advaucu in comparison with the previous week. Competition genonlly eoatinnes good, and bu-ers have been operating frtely. Tho highest price of tho week was, in the gmasy section, (J£d, secured for 39 bales of tlio FRW over HARVEN VALE brand from Blaudford, a shafty, sound wool of lino quality, and in excellent couibtiou. Scoured sold to IGJd, tho aaloa at that price being as follows : IB Inles of tho G aud HS over CUUUAN YAEl'A mark trom Bourke, a very ...
Forthcoming Sales. F. & A. GLENNIE, [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901
Forthcoming Sales. F. &. A. GLENNIE, On Thursday, 14th Novenibor, 1901, at the Show Urouud, 578 hoad mixed cattle. On Wednesday, 20th Ncvembor, at tho Moree Show Ground, horses. On Thursday, 14th November, at tho Show Ground, (i working bullocks. CKANE & GALL. On Thursday, Novenibor 14, at their olfice, allotments of land in Edward-street.
Moree Stock at Market. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901
Sloree Stock at Market. J. Cameron, 102 owes 12s 6d, lte owes Us, GO wethers 14a oil, 16 rams 13s, 149 oweo 9s, 1 shorn owe 7a Gd, 4 lamba 13s 9u ; A. Mcliitosh, 9 bullocks, £10 14a Id ; A. G. F. Munro, 48 bullocks, X9 18s Id ; KxorB. A. Molntosh, 28 cows, £7 4s ; A. Glemrio, 12 heifers, £6 2a.
A Novel Parade. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901
A Novel Parade. There was a novel parade in the barracks of the Woolwich command one day lately, owing to the followins notice which was published in ' District Orders ' : — '? The parents of all ohildren (fathers anil mothers) residing in Brookfield married quarters will parade for in spection by the G.O.O. at 11 u.m, on Monday.' When Major-General Sir J. F. Maurice. K.C.B., who commands the Woolwich District, uppoar.-fd on parade, he found tlm mariied couples who numbor 131, assemblod in a very irregular formation. A few short sharp commands from I ho officer separate! the married mnn from their better halves, who with bare heads and aprons stood anxiously awaiting the result of the order, Addressing himself to the mothers, Major General Maurice saui no was determined to put a stop to thn unruly way in which the 415 children ' on the strength ' wire allowed to behavo. A great amount of wilful damage has been done in the harrauks to Govern msnli property, Including tho partial dest...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901
A protectionist, demonstration has been hold in Melbourne. The Federal Promier dflivore'l an address. Mpo'infp aro still helm; hold in tho Fiib-irbs of Sydney in opposition to tlio federal tarilf _ _ _ . . Mr. John Haynes, M.L.A.. Ins boon Rflvocnting tho granting of pensions to B'a niL-eon shoot for a £20 prizo linger tho auspices of the Moroo Gun Club will be held on Thursday, It is stated that the mortality in the camps is largely due to privations endured prior to admission. Thn Boers are hiding among the hills on tho Natal-Tmnsvaal frontier. Thousands of foreigners at the Cape are Busppoted Boer mercenaries bound for the Beat of war. It is reported that De Wet if collecting forces in tho north-western part of Cape Colony. Thu Imperial Agricultural Society at Moscow has fipponled to tho Russian Mini Rler for the Intorior to facilitate the dead meat export trade with England. It ia reported that Russia is supplying 20,000 horses for usoin Smith Africa. It is stated that at the Br...
English Cricketers. FIRST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901
English Cricketers. 1-rEST MATCH. The English cricketers commenced the opening match of their tour in Australia on tho Adelaide Oval at noon on Saturday, says the ' Sunday Times.' The weather was very hot, over 100 in the shade, with an un pleasant north wind, suggestive of a coming thunderstorm, Nevertheless there was an attendance of C0O0, and much interest was centred in the game The cricket was slow, the failure of the early South Australian batsmen im posing additional responsibility on those who had to follow, The innings, which realised 230, was interrupted by a light shower of rain for 25 minutes lato in tho afternoon. John Reedman won the toss from M'Laren, and the Englishmen were sent into the field. They opened the bowling with Gunn and Braund, and tho commencement was slightly sen sational. Jurvis was caught at the wickots by Lilley from Gunn's last ball in the (irst over, and soon afterwards Hack was bowled by Braund. two wickets falling for a similar number of of runs,...
FEDERAL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901
FEDERAL MATTERS. There has been very littlo of an ex citing nature transpiring in the Federal Housn of Representatives during the past week. The excitement seemg to lave died out since the takin' of the division on the censure motion, and the proceneings have been for the most part dull and uninteresting. Bring cup week, the thoughts of lion, mem bers were, to a great extent, taken off political matters, There was plenty of 'horse talk' in the lobbies, and for the timn the tariff was partly forgotten. The attendance of members has also been small notwithstanding tho fact that there was Buoh an important mattRr as the Kunaka Bill undnr con sideration. This may, however, have been due to the fuct of there being such a large majority in favor of the meas ure. Ita passage was looked upon as u fcegono conclusion, and tho opposition of a few Queensland membprs was not regarded as anything serious — not serious enough nt anyrate to compel the regular attendance of a full House. It is state...
Loss of Memory. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901
H;oss of Memory. Writing of ' loss of memory,' Mr. (}. K. Sims recilla in tho ' Referee ' a very remarkable case. A rospectable small shopkeeper opened his shop on 8ai unlay morning at 7 o'clock. When lu- bad taken down a few shutters he went indoors, put on ins hat ana over coat, went to the railway station, and took a ticket for u seaport town of which be had been an inhabitant in ibo (Liys of his youth. Arrived at his destination, ho went to a houso in which Ui fadior and mother used to live, and, finding tho door open, entered He was astonished to see stranger?, 'I bt-2 pardon,' ho said, ?' [ thought fither and inoilier lived here.' He loft the house and wan dered about until ho was mot by a man who had known him in former years. This man, seeing something was wroi-.g, took him home with him, and when tho poor follow began to tulk about his father and mother, slid, '?Why, Jim, bid, they've been dead for joari.' This sudden communica tion had a strinking eflect on tho recipient. ...
The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901
The Posing Show. That conference of State Premiers with the Federal Premier, in Mel bourne, seems to have eventuated satisfactorily. Mr. See says it was ' absolutely satisfactory.' Tho pri inary objects of the conference wero in relution to thn Acquisition of Property Bill, and tho future adminiara tion of New Guinea. The arrange inent arrived at with regard to the first named measure will, in Mr. See's opinion, overcome the difficulty which arose, and the elimination of the objectionable clause is calculated to obviate any friction of tlm kind in future dealings betwoen the Common wealth and tho States. Approval hu» been expressed regarding the deter mination of the Federal Government to take over tho administration of the affair* of Now Guinea. It is con sidered that this step will be the metins of relieving tho interested States ot a burden urn! ensure a more satisfac tory administration of tho govern ment of that possension. An ad miralilo spirit of conciliation was displayed by...
The Defamation Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901
'file 5?efaination Bill. A hill to nniHiid the law relating to defamation was introduced in the LsuisUtivo Council on Thursday and read tho first timo. Tim following are tlio main provisions of I ho measure : — Dbclaratioxs, Ixdictmkxts, and Cmmixal Proskcutioxs. It shall not be necessary to set out in any indictment, or criminal proceed ing instituted against the publisher of any obscene or blasphemous iib^l tlio ob'cune or blasphemous p:issiii;cs, but it shiiil bu audiciont to deposit tlio bnolc, newspaper, or other document contain ing tho allowed libel with tho indictment or criminal prone- din',', togm her with particulars showing precisely by refer once, to pages, columns, and linos in what part of the book, newspaper, or other document, the alleged KM is to bo found, and such particulars shall be deemed to form part of the n-coid, and all proceedings may be taken thereon as though tlm pussagO3 complained of had been set out in tho indictment or proceeding. No criminal prosecu...
Ashley Races. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901
Ashley BJaccs. Judgi', 3Ir. W. Woods ; starter, O. Av«ry ; hnndicnppnr.*, Mes--iv. W. Woods, D. Oross, Ci. Awry ; secre tary, M. Crowlny ; cniumittre, Messrs. W. Woods, D. Crosv 0. A very, R- Jnrvpy, W. Kirk by. Ah was fully anticipated, tho annual race, moding which was held at Ashley y.-steiday received a fnir amount of p.Urouiii;.1 from tint holiday puliliu, and the, iiiBi'ting passed nil' in a most successful manner. Tlio dinner and supper, which with provided |,y Uii' wull known hint and hnsles?, Mr. nnd Mm. Taylor. «avp tin; utmost sitisuc tinn, and tin- dance, which was he.ld last night was well attended. The following uri' tin? results of the racing : — Opening Handicap, 0 furloiii's, JB-I ; Kopeck, 9st 101b, 1 ; Silver, O.-it, 2 ; ?Stransor, 9»t, 3. Woii by two lengths, Hack Race: Conqueror, Sit 91b, 1 ; Cyclone S.-it 91b, 2; Infant 9ut, 3. Won easily. Ashley Handicap, 1 milo : Silver 8st 4!b, 1 ; Kopeck 9-t 1O1I-, 2 ; Kil dare 10-it, 3, Won by four lengths. HuuiiY ScnniiY ...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901
Local and General. R. C. Social, — Attention is again directed to the social to be. held by our It C. friends in tho School of Arts on Thursday ni'ht in niil of thn Bazaar fund. A most attractive programme will be provided. Thero should b» a good attendance.. The Weather. — The weather has been exceedingly oppressive during the past few days. The heat o£ yesterday was particuhrly severe, The want of rain ia being badly fe.lt again in some parts of tho district, and if it does not come soon Btock will require shifting to better watered country. Stock Inspector's Office, — The new Stock Inspector, Mr. Scott, de sires us to state for the information of those, whom it may concern that in future thn work of this department will bn carried on at the Far Wust Store, Hoberstreet, to which place, he, has removed within the past few days, Dkparturk of Mr. Hate. — The Ile.v. J. T, Bute preached his fure.well uernion at All Saints Church on Sunday evening. Tho congregation was a fa-rly largo on...