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PALLAMALLAWA WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 26 November 1901
PALLAMALLAWA WAKTS. A deputation of roaidonti of Pillamallawa, accompanied by tho momborfor tho di-t ict ?waited on the Ministor and urgod that a bridgo should bo erected ovor tho fiuyrlir at that plnco. It wa3 pointed nut tlint'n Inml exchange about to he completed in tho di* trict would open up a groat d-nl of Ian 1 f,r agricultural Hettloment and that, in eon ?equenco thoro would bo a great, dial of traffic. Tho bridge was badly needed and would be. invaluable. Mr. O'Sullivan, in reply, slid with regard to this matt or he had Ind a mpnrS furnished on representations previnu-Ov made to him by Mr. Wi-bnter. and from t.lm report ho had npcortnined thai the hritico was estimated to cost £KOflO. Ho could not give them any decision at p-esent, as ho would have to eonsult hit coileamies in tho Cabinet hefire determining on such a tines tion. !f lheCalvnetsinctiono-1 tho earryin'' out of such a work provision would be made for it in tho loan bill, hut o\vini- to tho numbor of items alrea...
Latest Cables. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 26 November 1901
Latest Cables. LONDON. Monday. Field Cornel S. Bollm has neon caplurod at Amsterdam and also forty of Ackerman'a commando. Twolvo field cornets have been banished from South Africa. A traitor named Werneo has been execu ted at Johannesburg. All the documeuts in conofction with tho conspiracy at Johannesburg nave Been seized. The '' Standard' heads an appeal for the volunteer mounted corps with a thousand guinoas. The War Office has accepted Canada's offer of six hundred mounted infantry for Soulh Afrioa. A missing book-keeper at the bank at Liverpool sent forged 'choquos to gamblers, drawn upon an opon account with the bank, Thoy were returned. Carabine won tbe Manchester Handicap,
THE KIGA BORE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 26 November 1901
THE KKJA BORE. Mr. Webster, aceompnnied by residents interested in tho sinking of tho'K'ga Rore. waited on tho Minister with tho view of urging that sinking operations should bo rxpediled. Mr Wi-h»ter explained tint the Bottlers in tho district were sufferintr from extreme privations owine to tho want, of wptcr, although thoro was ample feed for s'ook. Negotiations havo hcon in pro-recs for three years to have this bore Kiink and he understood that tho legal formalities were now completed, Thev wero anxious lint no further delay should take phee Mr. O'Snllivan, in reply, mid that if thi matter stood as Mr. Webster bail repre sented ho could aFsure them tint, no further delay would take place, as he would i'iw irstruetions as soon as he could look the papers up on his return to Svdn«v. Thov could leave tho mattor in the hands of Mr. Webster and himself and could rest assured that his sympathy was entirely in accord with forwarding on such projects as rapidly as pcasible.
WOOL SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 26 November 1901
WOQL SALE. Messrs. PolRetty and Co., Ltd., offered veaterday 5300 bales of wool, for which there was general demand. Last week's p ices were8 well maintained. There was .risk competition. poiitinental buyer; brought largest.1 Faulty wools .M totter Sffl. B. u ep. M« unVrah, W U T. Edols^fCoV!PLtrt,. Forbes Od, 1 Leo Molonit 0d ; 1 NanguB, Gundagai, 0d | Connau-arra, Wellington. Bid: Cudgegong, RyUtone, 8J.1 J Woflarouble, Coolaman, 8d i 1 Brymedur. M.nildra. Ml 1 Benah, QiUftWhV, «-J \\ K- K'^ tyl»»W» W I 1 C. Bar, C. Young, 8d : 1 Mercol Creek, Whitton, 8d ; 1 W. W. Yerong Creek, 8d j Newhaven, Moreo, 8(1 ; M. R. A., Girilam bo.e, 7Jd ; Menyanbono, Warion, 7d ; WGFover Goronga, Walgett, 6}d. Queens land scoureds : Boorar.i, I7d ; 1 North imp ton, I52d; BeaconsHeld, lGi-l. Good greasy fleeces, f i eo of burn) and seeds, are in strong nquc»t.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 26 November 1901
XJU& NEED NOT | CLOSKTTHF. -K(7I-.KTj of our icimikablc tuccc-c: cur ? patrons know it, eon.| eliaou is .uvare i of it— in fsct, the uhi.I.- SU-- ii alive i «ilh thnusdiul.i who I in- jlayel nn , active part in an expfii.-.ioe in which j their interests Here xi-ll wrvcil. j V\7'# ASSOCIATE FACT j WITH EVERY AN-NOl^CKM ENT, j the public confiding in the *utei»cut; , ?we make to them O.rougb th» I'r. ???*, and in consequence we atu kept hu-v. Truth Uou-ir:l'i» p'i-.eJ. and wil made furniture are the virtues llwt build Dp our business. The Leading Furnishing Establishment of Sydney. A TANY TIME, I A Whr n -uu ore in oor neighborhood we ! -\,.,M f-Uohli^difyoa would give u, a oil. nn.la.-k toKcshovnthruagh i ot.r c ?iKbHaiiment, whether you »ant I to buy or not, for if you do not want , anyth'irg in the furniture line at the I monirot, you are almost ceiUin to I » T eO.M E FUTURE TIME ; and or.r-c yon litvp seen Hie enormous (election we put before the pnblic. and the reasonable...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 26 November 1901
?pOST OFFICE HOTEL (Opposite tub Ooubt Hoube), MOREE. THE abovo Hotel which hai long been looked upon as odo of tho loading Hotels in Mores, has just liocn taken over by Mb. P. E. KIRKUY, who intends to con duct it on upto-datii linon. Best Branda of Wines, Spirits, and Boera. First-class Accommodation. Good Stables. D. E. Kirkby, POST OFFICE HOTEL, MOKEB qiHE IMPERIAL HOTEL, BALO and HEBEF, STREETS, MOREE. A. A. EVERINGHAM, Desires to Announce that tho abovo hotel is replete with all the appointments necessary lor a First-class Hotel. Wines, Alca, Spirits, and Cordials of tho very Best Brands in stock. Excellent (tabling accommodation. T- A N K HOTEL. Alfred H. Kirkby, PROPRIETOR. (Lat* of tho Richmond Hotel.) BEGS to Btate that ho has taken over the above Well-known HOTEL. Accommodation second to none in town. Private Kooms for Families and Boarders. The New Buildings are roploto with all tho latest improvements. Best Brands Wines, Spirits and Beore. Excellent Stabling and Good Pa...
THE MINISTER FOR WORKS [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 26 November 1901
THE MINISTER FOR WORKS Owing to the pressure! on our spnee in consequence of the visit) of the Minuter for Works and the Parlia mentary Party, we aro compelled to bold over all other matters until our next issue, Moree is not often hon ored by a visit from a Minister of the Crown, and on the present oooaaion we have coneidered it advisablo to furnish our readers with a full report of the. proceedings in connection with Mr. O'Sullivan's reception. Yesterday our Inverell neighbours celebrated what wag probably the greatest event in their history, and we can well understand tho splendid efforts which were pot forward to show the district olF to the best advantagn in the eyes ot thj distinguished visitors pres ent. They are to be congratulated on the success of their great demonstra tion, Incidentally Morno bss benefitted by it inasmuch as it has received a call from tho Minister for Work?, and has taken the opportunity of carefully eallirig his attention to certain local requirements o...
CASUAL LATOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 26 November 1901
CASUAL LABOUR. Mr, Webster, accompanied bv sovoral mon interested, wailed upnnthe Ministerand represented that I ho casual labourers at tho railway station yards wero engaged in load ing and unloading tho wool at a rate of nix shillings per t'ay for ten hours woik, and that even at this rate the work was only casual, inasmuch as they wore liable to bo turned off at mid-day if there was no wool in the yard. They wore awaro that the matter did not como within the jurisdiction nf tl o minister, but had to do with the Railway Commissioners, but thoy thought that by placing the matter beforo the minister they might, through his influence get somo assistance. What thoy wantod wss increased pay for such heavy work in auo.h a trying climate as that of Mnree. Mr. O'Sullivan in reply Baid, as had been stated, the matter did not como within tho bcodo of his administration. It had to do with tho Minister for Railways. He had had a note taken of all that had bean stated and tho mattor would in d...
A King Mimicked to his Face [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 26 November 1901
A. Kins: Mimicked to liis Face Things have greatly changed in Fiji since the late Sir Hercules Robinson (Lord Rosniead) took those picaresque islnndu over from Kini; Cafcolauin 1874. After the annexa tion, the King went down to Sydney for a time as the guast of Sir Hercules, and there was some sport with him when a pantomime was produced in the leading theatre — HercuUs Robin Orusoe, The leading local comedian — a sort of Dan Leno — played the part of King Thaokem-Whackem-Bnu (Oa kobau ii pronounced Thakombau). and the King nearly died when ho saw himself on Ihe stage cutting all sort a of weird capen, chasing children to eat them, and all the rest. King Cakobao did not tniud the lampooning f .r tha G v mo', Sir Henry Parker, Sir Joseph Innes (Naiova Joe) and other loading men were all caricatured in the play, and Oakobau even learned to hnm the most popular Eong pat in tho mouth of his imitator. F)r I'm Kiug Thaekem-Whaekem-Bau, Xhack, Whack, Whaokem-\Vhack«m-Bau, From Fiji land I ...
Smoking. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 26 November 1901
Smoking. A wealthy American who took the waters at Carlsbad In.st summer wan i-iven minute instructions by his phys ician, who dismissed him with this injunction : ' As for smoking, you must limit yourself lo threo cigars daily.' After a few (lavs, the oalitmo visitud his physician who asked : ' Weil, and how am you V ''I should be all right,' replied the patient, ' but your orderB nKout smoking are dilficult to follow.' ?' I am sorry,' the doctor said categori ca'ly, ' But no more thau three cigars a duy. You mustjust put up with it.' ' Bu', doctor, I f«-ol sick every time 1 smoke. ' Why, man, what in the world do you smoke for at nil ?' Hut doctor, wasn't it you yoursiilf who said ? three cigars a day and no morp. V Of coune, I thought they were part of the cure, and bi-gan upon (hem, though 1 never in my life Emoked before.'
A MINISTERIAL OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 26 November 1901
A MINISTERIAL OUTING. On Sunday Mr. O'Sullivan. who had on the preceding day oxprened tho de«lre to take a drive, making it a conrtition that the Run-lay should bo strictly observed, and that no work of a political nature should bo Hone, was taken for a run of some thirteen or fourteen miles into the country by I ne Aotlng Mayor (AM. I). E. Kirkbv), and was acoompanied by the member for the distriot, the visiting members, and Beveral of the aldermen, amongst tho latter bring Aldermen J. H. Kay, H. Uobbie, J. Morgan, and R, Pelandor. There wore also preseDt-Mr. P. E. Rtirton, Mr. Jerkins, and others. The vehicles containing tho party left the Imperial Hotel shortly before H. o'clock. Tho day was all that could bo desired for such an outing. Tho rendezvous chosen waB Iho junction of tho Big Rivor with the Mohi or what is known as ' tho bar.' Here, after a vory pleasant drive the camp for the day wns pitched, and the Minister had an opportunity of judging for himself the reasonableness...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 26 November 1901
Births, Marriages and Deaths. PITMAN. — In loving memory of Alfred Thomas Pitman, who died on 1st Novem- ber, 1901. Dead, but not forgotten. Had he asked us, well we know We should cry, Oh, spare this blow &nbsp; Yea, with streaming eyes, would pray Lord, we love him, let him stay. But the Lord doth nought amiss ; And since the Lord hath ordered this, We have nought to do but still Rest in silence on His will. Inserted by his loving brother, sister-in- law and family. J. and S. Pitman, Amondale THE MOREE EXAMINER AND GENERAL ADVERTISER. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26.