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A LOST BRITISH INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

A LOST BRITISH INDUSTRY. The largest factory for spinning .hemp is in Italy, and the decline which the British hemp-spinning in dustry has witnessed in the last twenty years is largely due to Italian enter prise. Uernp is largely crown in Italy and Russia, but it is from the former country, especially from the district of Bologna, that the finest material is obtained. Twenty or thirty years ago there were numerous mills in the north. of England, especially in Leeds, engaged in spinning Italian hemp, but the yarn is now spun in Italy, and sent to England as such, and not as raw fibre, the reason being that' Italy, at the present day, with her ample supply of good and cheap labour, taken in conjunction with the utilisa tion of waterfalls as motive force, is in a better position to spin hemp at a profit than is the Englishman. Prison Missionary : ' Ah, you have a pet, I see.' Convict: 'Yes, sir; this rat, I feeds him every day. I thinks more o' that 'ere' rat than any other livin' crea...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEATHER AND DIAMONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

WEATHER AKD DIAMONDS. ? Few persons know that the state of the weather has a marked effect on the appearance of diamonds, but it is a fact well understood by dealers in precious stones. Attention was re cently called to the matter by a diamond expert when the sky was overcast ty clouds and extreme dampness was in the air. 1 Here is a lot of diamonds,' he said,.1 on which I am asked; to pass an opinion. I have been wailing several days for proper weather con ditions, for I am anxious to make no mistake, and cannot trust artificial light, and this damp, murky weather is likely to mislead me. The purest while diamond will, on one of these dark, foggy days, take on a straw shade, and to all appearance be off colour, ' No one is safe in examining a diamond except on a clear day. Then yofi must bu carelul of the immediate surroundings, for the stone will take up tints of walls and ceiling, and you will hardly recognise your diamond when seen under different con ditions.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

Brevities. Several shipping casualties aro reported from various parts of Australian waters. Rats nro to be destroyed again in Sydney, and other precautions to keep away the pIsKue aro to be taken. Mr. M'Gowcn, the leader of the labour party in the State Parliament, considers that an immediate revision of the constitu tion is necessary. A railway accident, the most serious in South Australia for many years past, nconrred on Saturday neir the Walloway Siding, 184 miles from Adolaide. Two men were killed and other* seriously injured. Tht -Umagt to rolliug itoek is estimated »t ?10,000, Fr. m our »(l-'i-rtising columns it will I o scon th'it Mr. Murg.m. of the Rcl King Storte, has alrea-.ly uponi-il up a chr.ico loi of Kftud* fur Xniiis al prices to suit thn times. His ' Hnbliv Daz/.lor' lot h, as usual, Ki.ig limit ono uf tliu chief ?peuialilios. Mr. O'SulliViin says it is hi? ambition to maUo thin State the gninary ami workshop of tho Suuthern Hemisphere. lliirglars entered the Aubur...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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COSTLY SKATING. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

COSTLY SKATING. A pretty anecdote comes from Brussels illustrating the generous spirit of a banker of that city. The banker is fond of outdoor exercise. As an exhibition of his skill in skating, he made his autograph on the ice in a very artistic manner. Some gentlemen having admired the signature, proceeded to write above it as follows : ' On demand I promise to pay for the benefit of the poor the sum of 5,000 francs.' They sawed out the block of ice, and, having called a hack, proceeded to the bank and carried the frozen note of hand — of foot, we mean— to the cashier's counter. The cold temperature happily pre vented the melting away of the icy draft, and the manager having been appealed to, ordered it to be paid at once.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

Local and General. Tiik Hum: Hath, — Mr. Charlos II. Lllymin baa taken over Dip tlio JJoro 'ith. The wants of tlm,,, nnuunhii' tiiu baths in fnturo will bo well looked afteT Land (Mice.— The following was applied for on tho lilth inst. : .Special lea»e, John M. Hoilor, 7 acre-, piiish Torry-liie-hio, Co.inly Uourarilc, for accoiiiinodation houso. Tiik Convknt Concbht.— Tho annual pupils' u.-,tertainmcut, in couiicotion with tho Cnnvont School is ndvertiseil lo tako placo in tho School of Arts on Weduutduy, December II, Tho pupils have beon pre paring most assiduously for it for somo limo past, and thorc is ovory promisu of tho gathering being h most, successful one. Local Chances —We understand that Mr. McCIatchio, who is leaving Moreo, will hand over tho Crown Land Agoncy to Mr. A. SI. Badcock on Monday tho 25lh inst He proceeds to Warialda to take ovor tho O. I.t-. and Crown Land Agonts nfh'coa thoio as Mr. Butler goes lo Albury as' Clork of Potty Sessions. Death or Mk. jAMiKso.v....

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FATAL PARCHED MOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

' THE FATAL PARCHED MOUTH. It is not alone the hot weather or hard woik that makes your mouth dry; anxiety, serious trouble generally, will parch your mouth and throat more quickly' and effectively than anything else. There are persons who will not betray in the least degree, by their looks and general demeanour, that they are worried. Many criminals, (or instance, appear as cool as cucumbers, although they are inwardly much per'.-rbed ; but to an attentive observer tl. stale of their minds is made clear by the parched mouth. You may take it (or granted that a person who is a prey to deep anxiety will show signs of difficulty in speak ing ; that are because his mouth and throat is dried, and you will sec that he rolls his tongue about in order to moisten it. He must be a cool in dividual who can prevent that sign of anxiety.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

i Church Notices. CATHOLIC— November 24, Morna s Mass 8 »nd 10.30 a.m.. Benediction 7.30 p.m. Rev. Father O'Connor. CHURCH OF CHRIST.-Christian Chapel, Mnreo, D. C. M'Csllmn, Kvangelist, will epoak on Sunday, Nov. 24th, at 11 a.m., 3 p.m., and 8 p.m. , and ou Tuesday at 8 p.m.— D. C. M'Callum. WESLEYAN CHURCH.-Novomber 24. Moreo, 11 a.m., Mr. Higgius; 8 p.m., Rev. F. .W. Hynes; Binneguy 2 p.m., -Rev. F. W. Hynes, PRESBYTERIAN.— November 24, Moron. Sunday 8chool, 10 a.m. ; servioe 11 a.m., 8 p.m.; Tycannah, 3 p.m. Con versations, Wednesday evening, in Royal HoW HilL-Rat, Q, Us Xwbitt,,!*! Ai

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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A CHINESE GOD IN NORFOLK. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

A CHINESE GOD IN NORFOLK. ( , In the grounds of Sandringham Hall, in Noifolk, stands a huge bronze Chinese god. A fine avenue leads up to it; each tree has been planted either by a celebrated member of Parliament, or a bishou. t_When the sun is shining on this god it presents a very startling ap pearance in its armour of gold. It was taken by the English soldiers in 'conquering a town neac Pekin, and ?has been the scene of many horrible murdeis and tragedies. In its enormous hand were placed little Chinese baby girls by their parents as their highest offeting to this hideous monster. Underneath the innocent child a big fire was lit, which quickly put an end to its cries. Hundreds of poor little- children have met their awful end in the hand of Ihis god, which now stands so peace fully in the charming gardens of the beloved home of our King and Queen.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Welcoming a Minister. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

Wel,-MnTi1.^'ir^5i^,T'- , The fr,nvei-n.,in,ll; . K'.v..l llr.ll on Wed purpose of woleunnn I bull, M.A., who 1, i-all frum the |',-,..i,,.'. I b^n.lu|vi,1(|,H.tC(lj; «f the im,»L nueix-sli 1 f Mil in M«reu for'!, oftheg,tl,eri,Kmi,HU ' tho most sanguine ex, f committee, and l,y , ' should act a8 u mit ' newly appoinu.,1 mi,, ' 1 lniponant duties he I , aiti-nilancR, notwith tlm heat was moat oi i unbearalilo, was ,?{ , , Royal Hall, w|,|,|, 'n , ' , disposal of tho co !- ' , Cameron, wa,fou,:dt I . ' , or such a gathering , ' ' me doors opoo on to i «, , , alfordodnolittloroli t . assomhled rompaiij tl H| , ings. A tlineoroin I I i n to asccrtaiu Iho fact | ladicB who provided 1 1 c the way of refreilii, en f , had omillcd nothing. 1 1 were nicoly arranged i ,i ' lhe.rrang.mont. fur n, „ ' ' liour or bo wcro pr f t i , which could possibly 1 f , ' tho tomperature wh I high. A ,„„., ent, vocal and instalment 1 and executed iu a n, during tlm evening. J| . conducted by tli.i fia\ I i...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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DO PLANTS THINK? [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

DO PLAHTS. THINK? ; 1 Do plants think ?' said a. well known lady horticulturist the other day to the writer. .' Have they powers of reason or any way of determining what is going on around them ? The questions seem rather fantastic, 1 admit, but they are prompted by some very curious observations made at my home only a lew weeks ago. My daughter, who is very fond of flowers, has a morning glory vine growing in a box on her window ledge. 1 While watering it recently she noticed a delicate tendril reaching out toward a nail in the side casing. She marked the position of the tendril in pencil on the wood, and then shifted the nail about an inch lower. Next day the little feeler had deflected itself very noticeably, and was again heading for the nail. ' The mnrking and shifting were repeated four or five times, always with the same result, and finally one night the tendril which had grown considerably, managed to reach the coveted support, and we found it coiled lightly around it. ' Mea...

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THE DATGHET DIAMONDS. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CHAPTER XII CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

THE DATCHET DIAMONDS. (All Hiohts Reserved.^ BY RICHARD MARSH. CHATTER XII - Costihukd. ?. 'You usb hard words, t ontur into your feelings sufficiently to understam that, from vour own point of view tliuv may not seem to bo unjustified But a the same timu I am sufficiently vour mono, ana uyrirs uiend, to ueclino to allow you, if I cnn help it, to throw dust in your own eyea. That Uyril hag been guilty of aotunl theft I do not foi a mo ment boliove. That ho may have noruo trated some egregrious blunder, I tear is possible. I know him probably as we as you do. I know John Ireland too am .1 am persuaded that lie would not brmc a chargo of this kind without bavin ?jrood Rrounds to go upon. Indeed, 1 may tell you plainly— Blurring over thu truth will do no j/ood to anyone— (Jyril is known to have been in actual possession . of one of the missing jewels.' ;'-? 'I don't believe it.' Vfc. ' Rest assured you will do good neither to Cyril a cuust nor to your own by a re fusal to give credence...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

The Leading Furnishing Establishment of Sydney. IT^E NEED NOT CLOSUT THB SECRET »f our nviwrkahlo siicces ; uur p. norm know ii, com [till linn is aware of it— in foot, the wlioln S-i»t« in nlive with tli'UHHiifN wholxtve playo-i an active part in an expciienee in which '?? ' thcii inteio-tH were *c]l »crved. IT^K ASSOCIATK FACT .. WITH EVERY A XKOUNCEMENT, the pulilio ccmfid'ug in the statements w* m»ke to them through tho Frees, ? . acilln cuntequence wo are kopl busy. . 'Truth : Houor! low prices, and wrll mado furniture are tho virtues that i ? . build up our business. I \ TAKY TIMK, When yim arc in our neighborhood we ► IhiuM frrl obliged if yon would gire 11 f. a call, mi'l uh to N- shown Ihroagh uur o-luljliohmcor, whether you want to buy or not, for if you do not want anything in the furniture- line at the moment, you are almott corUio to A T SOME FUTURE TIME; and ones you hare neon tho euormoai selection we put before the public, and the reasonable prices, yon areabaolale l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

pOST OFFICE HOTEL (Oppositb tub Court House), MOHEE. rriHE above Hotel which has long bu-m X looked upon an eno of the leading Hotols iu Moree, linn just been taken over by Mb. D. K. KIKKBY, who intends to con duct it on unto-dato linos. Beat Brands of Wines, Spirits, and Beore. First-class Accommodation. Good Stables. D. E. Kirkby, POST OFFICE HOTEL, MOKKE riTHE IMPERIAL ..HOSTEL, BALO a.nd HKBBR STREETS, MORKK. A. A. EVERINGHAM, Desires to announce that the above hotel it replete with all the appointment* necessary lor a First-class Hotol. Wines, Ales, Spirits, and Cordials o{ the very Best Brands in stock. Excellent stabling accommodation. T-ANK HOTEL. Alfred H. Kirkby, PROPRIETOR. (Lato of the Richmond Hotel.) BEGS to state that ho has taken over th« above Well-known HOTBL. Accommodation second to nooe in town. Private Rooms for Families and Boarders. Tbo New Buildings ate roplata with all the latest improvements. Best Brands Wines, Spirits and Boers. Excellent Stabling and Good...

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The Inverell Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

The Invcrell Bailway. The official opening of the Inverell Rail way trtkos placo on Monday, and tho demon stration promises to be the most success ful -ot held in the district. It wan expected that three Ministers of tho Crown would have been able to participate in the festivities, bat at the Ivt moment the Hon. W. P. Crick (Minister for Lands) finds it impossible, through illncao. to leave Sydney. The Minister for Public Work', the Hon. E. W. O'Sullivan, is expeoted to arrive here to-dny with a parliamentary party on his way to attend the opening ceremony. He will be joined hero on Sunday by the Premier (tho Hon. John Soe) who loives Sydney by special train to-night. It is understood that the Council intends waiting on the Minister for Works tbis afternoon as a deputation with regard to local require ments, Great preparations are bbing made for the demonstration at Invorell, and the town will probably be en fete for the greater part of the week. The streets are boiug lavishly decor...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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A MINISTERIAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

A MINISTERIAL VISIT. To DAY the people of Morpe are to be honored by a visit from ..the Minister for Works, the Hon. E. W. O'Sullivan, and to morrow by a visit from the Premier, tlio Hon John Sep. nnrl in *ll probabilitya !an»e Parliamentary party. The e.-ent is one which is lining looked forward to with a considerable amount' nf interest for two or three reason*, These gentlpmpn are, of course, only passing through on thfiir wny to join in the grant demonstration which'tatcrs pUoe at Invere.ll on Monday in con DRotion with the opRning of the new railway line, hot their brief stay here will afford thn Onuncil and leading townsmen probably, an opportunity of bringing nnder their notice several matters of importanoe reqntring the attention of the Cabinet. It is not often' th»t aaoh an opportunity in ?fforrifd Morn% and it is to be hoped that on the. present occasion Hie most will be made of it. There ara tt aoy rit» two or \km r»»dlii| r» qoInaiAd on whioh ininislcis should be inter, ...

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"SHALL I?" BY NANNIE POWER O'DONOGHUE [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

ass 'SHALL I?' ♦ — ? By Nannie Power O'Donoooue Shall I do this, sir, or shall I do that, sir? Shall I go in, sir, or shall I go out? Shall it bo bonuct, or shall it bo hat- sir? State your opinion ; I'm sadly in. doubt. Shall I go riding, or shall I. go walking? . ?.. Shall I accept it, or shall I refuse V Shall I bo silent, or shall I kcop talking? Givo your, advice, pray ; I cannot ? ? well choose. Thus do we pander to others' opinions. Wearing the garb of Society's slaves; ?«, Fashion's a tyrant, and we aro her minions, ltobbing our life of tho freedom it craves. : Ought I to visit hor, ought I (o cut her? Shall I bo friendly, or shall I be cold? Shall I look boldly, or peep through the shutter ? ' ' ? ' Shall I givo silver, or Bhall I give gold? What will be said if I stay from the ? dinner? What will be said if I'm seen at the ball? Will they proclaim me a saint, or a sinner? If not tho former, I go not at all. Thus do we pander to others' opinions' Wearing the garb of Society...

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The Prince of Wales Joke. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

The rrlnco of WaW Joke. I heard a good story about the prince, and it was woll vouched for- In tho eighties, olamorous and active, a young lord said to him : 'Sir, have you ever thought of tho possibility of this becoming a ropublio tnd.your losing your title and income?' 'Yes, I have,' said tho prince. 'And havo yon thought of what you ?would do?' tho young lord persisted. 'Why, yes,' said the prinoo; 'thoro would always be a chance to locturo in America.' -.- -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

A Neglected Cold Clements Tonic Always Successful TIM Caa* «r MRS. JAMES HUNTER. 'IT CT3. S2.X1Z.) i^.'-ix is sis-* i*5i— si V* *ornr? r-rsr tbf :;. ! i.-c-raf-T_r ;-. itr rwr-'s— £r— 1 13 tr— 7 _iad 'iicci. it ijxzii iza lady : -_!_t «np,'i:T~d iz. i~ ifc-j rrc_«. «_i ! liiC be gi—i -: pr ~k *^ —*? Lrirrzj.:: — . — ?i — jtij— zn-v\ li 7— i »i~3 JviAK ilii iKS—J TU jf — . -rvtTI JT^T. ? I l- l»iti t --r '?: ii'^ t t.:x: lion - - r-~-ti r—ta r=5n~-i izii ?sit* ?— »_u5t '.- ' ~ ~-~?^.z v. i* t-*;iu- ia^z ~* '-'C^jl cc ? 7t~ i-t~^n ^'»u *v j ? ; u-- ^:^ 4*^0^ ^-} . ..--... .: -j.i -.?Vu-.-.-r; -?. 1 i i-.ii ijcc. =« -.-.l- . — ?„? :.-.-zr--. ?-?. ? ? r.: vi =7 ore iod | u.1: i-. i i-r-,-.- ':tu -.-?! -.v'.-i tt& a-r— 7 ; n.:.-it- 37 --p ?*-;— ^ 10c — _c i; c--2-. =*. ; :»:-£_ i-oi I v.-ri _; sa.-rirr tc rra »is» i ? ~;-t !_r:v=-:- *i— T-— . -c-.nCri :r .t' at 1 ::?:?£ 5x ii_~T- ~»i za.:-^n.~r Z i~;-'n~r.-:. ! a: ?-.-—.. zrji -^nr.rr^-^rs. -_.-: yr.-^f. xoiVii.^' ' ' ~ V '' ~c T...

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Now, Mr. Donnelly. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

Now, Mr. Donnelly. 'Is Ignatins Donnelly connected with Vio state department?' asked Mr. Bir mingham. 'Oh, no!' replied Mr. Manohestor. 'Why do you auk?' 'Ho might bo useful with eo many oiphor mossuges coming iu.

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 23 November 1901

Hunicipai Council. Tii^ uiual fottniihtlj meeting of tbe 5Iore-- Municipal Council was hpld at t(.ff Conncil Chamb-rs on Tbiadaj night. A'd. D. E. Kirkby occapird the Ch*ir, and there were prr»-.n« ^.!u-rrnQri John U»mt-ron, .7. H. K.f, L). B. S.itiie, H. Dobl.ie, R. D-Under, and J. Morgan. The minuiei of th» previous meeting were read and con firmed. COF.BESPOSDESCE. Th» currnpoadence, which wan not of an iriipor'ant or volumiooas chtr a;t?-r, inc'u'lwj s l-tter from Mr. VkV!,5ter, M.LA., pointing oat tfiat u Ministftrs w.-re 10 oil nl More-, on th-ir way 19 open ilin Invrrull rail nay line, in? r-p;w-rtani«y might l«j taken hy liiR C'Duactl of waiting opon them wish regard to loc»l rrqoirem«»ntii. It wai d'cirlf-d on the motion of A1J- Kay that llie lelt*r shou'd be acknowledged with tbankt, thit Sir. Webstfr shoold b» asked 10 forniih thft daw on which Ministers would l-e in .VInrec. and ihit in the meantime a Ii»t of tb-J DiBiters to Iw laid before. them fihon.'d be drawn up. A ...

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