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A Genial Hanging Judge. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 November 1901
A. denial UuugiiiK Juiige. The lale Sir Alfred .Stephen waa a remurkablo character. Horn in the West Indies, bu was taken by his purents, when a child, out to Tasmunia, and when liu KrBW up found hii way to Syduey. Burmen were scarce theie in his caily days, and ho soon made head way, mill btcame, while null a yuuuy mnu, Ohief Justice, ilu was known an th;i ' hanging judge,' chii'lly because bushriingiiig and uuuiial ollences were rife in hit day, and ho piobably hud uccusion lo suutenco tnoio men to death thdii any other hulf-du/,en judges put toyelhiT. fciir Alfred hud a curious knnok of geniality in liundling prisjners convicted before him. lie would say to a bushranger : ?' I'm very sorry, .Smith; you i-oeiii to havo been a decent fellow, but this bushranginy business is n lot of uuUanco to settlers in the country. 1 can't let you down light or 1 would.' Then bu would reach for lliu littln pe» wiper that served for the ollicinl '? black cup,' Rnd pass tho death seutencequilcpii'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 November 1901
The Leading Furnishing Establishment | of Svdnfiv. ! VT7F. NEED NOT CLOSET TflK SECRET iiitrou* Ic.-mv i:. cm ?-.?ini :; i.vsrv of it— in fuel, the «rcv. -^ito i« -,l,v,. uith !h^u-irt!s wlu t:.-.«» pldrolAii . active y.-xii m an exp-'i ? .- in vl.i.-;: iheii iiucu'-is uere ai'.; «.rvi-:l. €XTK ASSOCIATE FACT WITH EVERY AX.SOl'N'CEMENT. t!u- p-ji.'.io c-M'idlt.e in : -Min-.e:!'* wp.v.,ke :.--tl.em ~i r:::.- the IV- -s a-d iu-.-.-n^-pi.Mic »-?.?? k--;-' hu-v. Truth H.-.,--r: b« r ..*-. mi.: u- j. i made fu-uimre ire ????.-.? -:rtuej thi; baiM ap our busiacs*. ! | t IA.NY TIME. Wh. m mh: ar* in pur ncishborhcioH we ' -l:-..r.,l t',-,1 i.Miiicd if von uoiil.i give u, .. --.iI. -.«.! a.* to l« shown ihR.'iijh ! oni-c-iHiilisiiintut. whether you »*nt , i-.i l.uy o- n-.i:. fur if y»u do not w»nt ' a:i.»:hi: 2 in the furniture line *t the 1 in-.mn.t7 you are almost cc:Uin to v T ;U.M E JTTf RK TIME : j ,iri| O'ct* vou have .**eo tho enormous , .-c'.f.tion wo not before the rahlic. and the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 November 1901
-pOST OFFICE HOTEL (Oppobite the Oouht House), MOREE. THE above Hotel which has long been looked upon as one of the leading Hotels la Moreo, has just been taken over by Mr. D. E. KIRKBY, who intenda to con duct it on up-to-dat* linoa. Beat Branda of Wince, Spirits, and Been. First-clan Accommodation. Good Stable*. D. E. Kirkby, TOST OFFICE HOTEL, MOREE _ ? - ? -??? rriHE IMPERIAL HOTEL, BALO and HEBER STREETS, MOREE. A. A. EVERINGHASI, Desires to announce that the above hotel is replete with all the appointments necessary lor a First-class Hotel. Wines, Ales, Spirits, and Cordials of the very Best Brands in stock. Excellent stabling accommodation, T)ANK HOTEL. Alfred H. Kirkby, PROPRIETOR. (Late of the Richmond Hotel.) BEGS to state that ho has taken over th» above Well-known HOTEL. Accommodation second to none in town. Private Rooms for Families and Boarders. The New Buildings are replete with all the latest improvements. Best Brands Wines, Spirits and Beers. Excellent 8tabling and...
THAT WHITE AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 November 1901
THAT WHITE AUSTRALIA. The Queensland Premier's trip to Molbourno to attend that conference of Stato Premiers with the Federal Premier doe? not appear to have ohantPd his views regarding . the wjidom p| Quinniland intwioj thi union. He found th- Whit.- Ausuulii mov,.in*nt so furaiivrtti.-e.! us to make it apparent thai tht-K.' will shortly li no hope for the K.uuik;i. '?It'w.is not full of fruit,'' -nkl the Pp'tnier, referring to the con:'e:ence, ?? I otry went to Mr. Btrton a:oul the Kanaka Bill, although 1 tpok- to s.-vi-ral otlit-r Federal Minister;. Tho tic! is that tl;e Labour Pnrty luve the balance of lower, and do ju«' what th^y iik--. Tliere are sixteen labour men, nn:l th-y control the «i|.-.;e Mruation. The Government in th- H.ust- c-f Rpre eentativea simply takts its cue frc-m Mr. Watson.' 'With ieg*rd to thf Kanaka Bill, howevr, i; would .ipp-ir that Mr. Philp stii: his Inp-j. He thinks the S-.-n«te wi'i Jo simeihin^ to h-lp Queeniland out of the difficulty. ?' Queenslanr...
MOREE RAILWAY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 November 1901
MOREE RAILWAY STATION'. The present unsitisfacory state of Bifiirs which exists in connection with the More* Railway Station refl--c'.s j anything but credit on ih? d«partraent. The complaints ct passengers ar.d others, who have to trsnact liusin?-* there, of the iuconvonieiic-s th?v are put to ar-- weekly on the increase. This is ail the more uniati-fictory when w- come to consider that the line i« one of the b?st paying loops in the cj!oct. and that notwithstanding the rrpei:ed spplications made by the ! leading residents of the toivn and the j Municipal Council alike no attempt ] ha? r.esn mad.' to rectify th? e.xistins ! state of affairs. The constraction of ! the Inverell iir.e atiorded the Com- ? roissior.ers the opportunity of finding j an excuse for delay, and so up to the : present nothinj has l.ren done. The I Commi-sionr-rs promised to construct a | n»w station a? soon as the Inverell line : was completed The latter, undprt&k- j ing is now a'rais: an accomplished ...
Wool and Produce Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 November 1901
Wool nnd Produce Reports, Tho Australian Mortgago ami Agency Co, Ltd., John liridijo «''' Co., Ltd., Harrison, Jones mi.I Duvliii. l.t'l., Hill, Clark and Co., Pastoral Pinniifu Association, Ltd, and Winclicoinbo, Carson and Co., Ltd., report .- Wiioi..— During the pnst week the niiirkot has been very lirm for a.l good wools and an improving tondency luw 'U. ti-noa tmtm nuticu ahlo f'r 3ii|)urior sorts. Faulty and inferior (b'criutiuns on tho other luud have ilia pbjodgro.it irregularity, and prices have shown a londoncy to w,:akuri, more especially for the vory bnrry p.m-ols. Fino crussbrcda have nwiutainod tlieir pnsitiini wull, and tlio bost linos of Hcmiruil liavo .-old fieuly niwloi strougeoiuputilioniit uiiulmiiBoil rules. In the jAaoy section nil |nvvious reoords af thi- soaiou wore bo^ten by a line of 4 bales clothing of tho J. J. WARBY ovor B brand row Munsin.1l, which realiasd 12j|d. Xhw I ulip generally was lube and very sh,,wy. di.-|iliiyiiiB plenty of clmrnulcr and bree...
Canon Sowter at All Saints [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 November 1901
t'iiHon SowUt at All Saints ? ? With the serviues which he con ducted at All Saints oil Sunday, Canon Sowter, who has just returned from tlm Old Land may he considered to Iiiivii recommenced his labours in this parish. It was expected by some that the Canon would have had some thing to any respnclins; bis recent travels. There wm n fairly ijood att endance nt ihe ivening service, but the Canon only referred incidentally in the course of a vigorous sermon to hid ahs'-ncu during thepist twelve month?. He stateii that during ihe time he was iib^cnt his congregation whs »lw.iys in bis mind, and lie often wondered how they wero all getting on, and whether they were still striving to follow in the right path. During his trip abroad, be hail been enabled to iimltR many comparisons in dill'erent lands, und amongst dill'-rcnt people, and he was forced to the conclusion that in Australia they wanted to know bow religion was recognised in the old laud, It was true that a.s Christians they had ...
N.Z. EARTHQUAKE SHOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 November 1901
I N.Z. EARTHQUAKE SHOOK. A late cahlo from Auckland yes terday morning says tho earthijuako continued throughout Saturday and well into tlm night. The people I deserted their wrecked houses and camped in the opon. In one great shock clouds of dust were raised and people thrown down. In some places fissures wero opened, water issuing from ilium. A number of persons were injured, sonns severely, by falling bricks. Bridges were badly damaged through land slips. On tho Omaru Bluff Koatl to Port Robinson along ll)H coast, thousands of tons of debris slipped down from the moun tains. It will tuke many months to clear it. At Hanmors' Springs in tho north-wesfc from Wainu, a nnw spring broke out. The water in the others turned black.
Departure of Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Kay. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 November 1901
m Departure of Mr. & Sirs. Ralph i Kuy- Sg Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Kay who have JK§ been residents of Moree for tho last B§ twenty years, took their departure by In yesterday evenings train, much to the M regret of a large circle of friend?. Mr. ?H Kay started business in Mnree as a 81 coachhuilder. blacksmith, and under taker soon after urriving here. After carrying on the three successfully for some time, he relinquished tho building and blacksmithing branches and do voted his so'o attention to the under takers busines1, which he has continued up to the present, but which, we un d«rstand, has now been transferred to his son Mr. J, II. Kiy, tho well known tobacconist and hairdresser o£ Hislior Street. Of late the n«ed couple have not enjoyed good health, in consequence of which the change they are now taking has been rendered absolutely necessary. Their new home will ho at Oockle Greek, near Newcaitle, and it is bolieved that the change of air and the sea breeze will have the de...
Mail Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 November 1901
Xluil Senders. [IJY WIHK.J Tho following nmil tciiflrrs Imvi l-»im ncuoptofl :— Station und l'.nt Office, Mnri'o, Patrick Byrnes, £l.j 10s ; Morer ami Wiirialdii, CUni. O'llnrn, £98 17s ; 13u;l,inih mid Parry's, 1«-,.,|. U. O'lhirn, £89 I9.s; Wiillan and Kunopin, RoliHit, C Hnnnpion, £1 IS ; Mungindi ami Li'riinyliiim's, Pod-r McOaule.y, £75 ; Kunopin and Bojsgn liilla, Thomas Derail, £21 : tfulyuroi nnd Champion's, John Wniiton, £IS ; Wnlijtftt, and Uoodonjjn, Thus. OiiINmi, £103 ; Wak-ottiinil dmliornli, U.ib-rt Limlorcs, £15; Wnrialdn and Wullmi gra, W. 0. McUrsRnr. £10.) ; Warinlda and GoonHiwindi, \V. C, McGregor, £?209 ; WuHnngrn mid Jju^gnbilla, Thumtia Duron, £02.
VICTORIAN CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 November 1901
VICTORIAN ULUIJ UAUES. Tim following .m. lliu r.-sul:., ,,f I In, Vinlori i (Jlu I. It-i.-o M.aUuo- Iil-1.1 at Cunlli-M STnssiS(iT(ix HVu\ 5.1, f url-nir« ? 1 l-ilto of I'nrliiiiul I, UluiKlnfjinui!, MiiUu.'l Timn 1 mill. !-V--4«o. Hi'kiilk Kack. 3 miliM 01 v .nl ..Auster li,z 1, Turk -2. So:iiii.-iii :!, Tinm :i,,,i, Vii.TciniAS Ci.ru Oi'.-Mnr mi I, '|'ur hn-1, llowiszw 3. Timu, lmin. r,)U.v Htkkim.kiiiasi:, 2 in Km.— ()M (:j.mM | KvmUinr -2, Tho Atrium ?!. Tin,,., .(mi,,.' T«'i- Vkak.Oi.t, HV.w, :, furloi.Ks — Artilli-W I, lin.okl.vn .», Splui.ili.t 3. 1 i,nc lmin. Siaeo. CluiNii (tlioNi: 'A Kl.TKIt, 7 furlniiiiH — T, Tii I, TiiiiuydiilM 2. .T:.,;i: Horn,.,- 3 Timu, D-Ji'suc.
Mali Time Table. ARRIVALS FROM [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 19 November 1901
Mall Time Table. Akbivals tbom 8ydney, Narrabri, etc., 11.65 p.m. dally Sunday excepted). - Mongindi and Wallon, Garah, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 11 a. m. Knnopla Tnesday aid Friday, and OH Oil, Tuesday and Thursday, 10.80 p.m. Boggabilla and Goondiwtqdl, Wednesday and Saturday, Um. Warialda and Pallamallawa, Sunday and Thursday (by ooaoh) 3 p.m. Blogara and Blnneguy, Monday and Fri day, by rail, 4.25 p.m. Warialda, and Grareeend, Monday, Wed. oenday and Friday, (by rail) 4.26 p.m. Oobbedah and Kulonrio, Monday 10 a.m. Ballerth, Tuesday 3.30 p-m., Friday 11 p.m. Talmoi Mondiy and Friday, noon. Telleiaga, Sunday »nd Thursday, 8 p.m. DirABTtrau tob Kirrabri, 8ydney, eto., (Offlo* dotes i p.m.), dally (Saturday aioepted) Cobbedah and Kuloario, Wednesday, 2 p.m. Bnllarah, Wednesday and Saturday, 2 pm Talmoi, Wednesday and Satnrday, 2pm Telleraira, Wednesday and Saturday, 2 pm Mnngindi Wallon, and Garah, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 3 p.m. Gil GU, Tuesday and Saturday, closes...
Pastoral Market Intelligence. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901
Fastorul .Market lutclligi'.iU'.c. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS Trwlfl in produce was chiclly con iin-'d to the forage auction sales, Imt n fair amount »f Iiusiiiksj was transacted eleewhfiriMn feed yruins. Qliickwhi'iit was very dull, and primK sninnlcs was ob'ainnlilo n,t thn redue'd rutu of 2« 0 1. Supplies of niaizo wern nlwul. equal to requirements, and ns buyers only purchasod for iiiiinwljali! wants, no alteration was made in values. The dotranil for onto was eueii'r, and whi'.H holdors declined to quit prime Now Zealand B grade samples under 2s lid to 3«, prime Tasmanian weie offered to SilOd, Following are the quotations ; — Wheat— Milling wheat to 23 lid; chick wheat, primp, 2a 9d ; inferior broken lumping, 2s 2d per bushel. Floor. — City roller £6 10s to £6 lua; Manitoba £11 per ton, Pollard ? Quoted to 9|d por bushel. Bran. — Quoted to 7-Jd, Ohaff.— Local : Prinio £3 10a to £3 17s 6(1 ; medium £3 to £3 7a 6d ; inferior from £2 5s. Maize. — Prime grain, dry, new, 38 p:r bushel....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901
When Buying1 a Waterbny Watch See that it Tmrs the Words WATERBUHY WATCH CO,, As a guarantee of its genuineness. . THE SPIRIT OF THE TIMES One Comvlon wealth One Stimulant Boomerang Brandy. In Coo/- & Sweet. Manufactured & packed in JSuf/land by Lambert & Butler. Welcome Nugget Tobacco, Highest Grade ofT. V. Williams'1 Co 's OELEBRATED MANUFACTURE. Obtainable in Plugs and Pocket Tina. SELLING AGENTS ONLY. The Bent Firm in Sydney to handle your FAT . STOCK, . WOOL . & . PRODUCE. Fkksosal Attention, Mh;iikst Pkicks, Phomtt Uhtuhns. ORIENT to PLEASURE CLOTHING. SAC-—- *&- of SAC^bs*^ SUITS /\WJ\ SUITS in \VT ln TWEED or I \ TWEED or SERGE. hV SERGE. TO MEASURE '^^j^ TO MEASURE. Patterns and Self-Measurement Forms posted Free on Request. GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, Opposite G.P.O. Please Mkntion Tins Paper. Whks Wkitixc.
TOPICS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901
TOPICS OF INTEREST. Bacteria multiply rapidly, and they do it in a curious way. A single one breaks itself in two, then each half grows until it becomes as large as the original. Longwood, Buonaparte's house at St. licluna, is now said to be a barn ; the loom in which he died is a stable; on the side of his grave is a machine for grinding corn. A turnip seed increases its own weight fifteen limes in a minute. On peat ground turnips have been found to increase by growth 15,999 limes the weigh.t of their seed each day they stood upon the soil. The dangerous work of coal-mining is almosti a third as fatal as the battle field, for of every 1,000 miners 23-2 are killed every year in the perform ance of their work. The total of water supplied in London during a single month is 201,281,664 gallons for a population estimated ut 6,015,144. This repre sents a daily consumption per head of 33-46 gallons. The deposits at the mouth of the River Po, in Italy, have caused the coasb to gain upon th...
ENGLISH BOOKS AND AMERICAN READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901
ENGLISH BOOKS AND AMERICAN READERS. Roferring lo the cheap reprint of English books that now flood the American market, a New York crilic writes : 80 far as 'new authors are con cerned, we may almost ask in our midst to-day the old question : ' Who reads an American book ?' In fiction we pore over pictures of English society, we learn English ways and English slang, we think English thoughts, and live wearily over again the despairing lives of a society that has passed its prime. We discuss their troubles and disappointments, not our own hopes and possibilities. We waste time on problems which do not concern us, and have no discus sion of those which open vitally on every side of us. In history we follow the guidance of English historians. We revel in the small details of the Saxon kings, and we experience a more thrilling interest in an episode in the ' Wars of the Roses,' or in a skirmish be tween Roundheads and Cavaliers, than we have ever felt in the most gallant battle of our R...