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Street Poetry. BINGEN ON THE RHINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

Jfelcrt gortnt. BINGES ON THE RHINE. A Rm.uiFRot trie -uegmn lav Jvinj* tn Algiers : There was lack iff woman's nursing, there was dearth of woiL.in's tears : But a comrade stood beside him, while hia life blood ebbed away. And bent, with mtvinc glances, to hear what he might say. The dying soldier faltered, as lie took that com rade's hand, And he 6aid : ?? I never more shall see, my own, my native land : Take a message and a token to some distant friends of mine. For I was born at Bingen — at Bingcn on the Rhino, TcU my brothers and companions, when they meet and crowd arounil, To hear my mournful story, in the pleasant vine yard ground, That we fought the battle bravely ; and when the day was done. Full many a corpse lay ghastly pale beneath the setting sun. And 'midst the dead and dying were some grown old in wars— The death-wound on their gallant breasts, the last of many scan ; But some were young, and suddenly, beheld life's morn decline ; And one bad come from Bingen — fair ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

.Willie givenWii'prleeTprBfe^ESTinTiCLE ebowing *'. ' Wh f iJne'ffuiiter'sifouia 1)0 bridged -atMuscleljrookl^^b^'itJ t-i'- ?: ? ^-' :? _?. -'i.;, 1 . -.ui-ul- -.??^ji.-J -X.i3] ? ? ? i i' ,: j Contributions mufit not exceed three columnsin length, Md a committee of gentle, ?men'wilj decide* w^fcb.fs'entitUd tt the prize. Theaccejted'fe^attb^iw'ilLwJnsertediri tne Uw&'Wiihl&s£ffiwJifik %e the prb ^rtr-^inerPwiprLeUrr.'''^,, :'' ' ' ; . . CotopetitorSj-ueedrOi^yi : ua»LsJnitialB '.or motto^jj..j, ? ,;,: _ fjj,) -.?„(; w.-.-j ?: ;'.. til.] ;,'??«?.??? ^-^?WtuiV.iB,- Mi ^ -rV?'LV ?«Sr-ajfi«iiall ffflrily, aSfiSfl Feiftde SERVANT1. I . iSpp^l -itt ?'U-fcVSi) '**»'-' r- ;''? .; . ; ci-.mt^if!.- .IjvJi n:H'T. . --ftii** ficime. -?--. ?' ' ' .t.- . .-„.;- ;.,.*v,.-^ij ii ' i tf^.,. ...;..?-:? : i ??.!-.: J- ,'ti _V/ -liiyUAKv-fttH-:;-'. ; f.-.-ir T,:: ? :?: rtK^.frV.KjMi.,.. v ;-?.-._ ~yi ' ^TOEfi «nd ^DB^Uin^1 a»6 fcibdp''^!^1 x\ . lioom, 'arid immedSnfepofisitapftii.K Bes...

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KING COBB. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

KING COBB, TCTs^Cobb is a compawtTvely^oSern po tentate — tiicre are mauj who xeinember when be first made big descent on thena* -i»i»wa) iiiiiI tlifin itr niinj lrhn ran it nil the time wlien hiFnapie wae unknuwn iii the lari^-bu* tj ttntoipg enp-gy hft^iia* eAAD lighqS figt&lftp'iM 4offiiniorj,.a»iU nii-n in the order of*Unng8 he ctiail be swept «waj by tiie advaiici«p genius of steam, »iul liis sj-»ptt« kteH hare passed into tlie hands of K8iinil,fbe wiijnotbe entirely unrrgrettcd. We shall «ay of~hlm tbat he served us in oar need, that lie treated U6 well and libtT alhr, and when we see hie chariots, die mantled and uncared for, rotting iu the yard of some ancient Jiosir're, we shall re* member many pleasant journeys aiid mnny jov^ hours that we have passed under hia is*F%lf st tU^o»*^«5piad wae a little rough. pr'Mie travellers a~ ligie, crowded, ;,rt S3? fijade them more. BooiaBe, and the necassitt fttif reserveTariB*%l«Spt out tteir -fooit qualities. We shall, of cour...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

? Wasted at Qaca j SOTICE. 'pii*: ?'OTCBIEE''' QTFJVE v mur ' ii f ~n ' In yiijrtjjj^jf iifjiiia^i in i i ? saw oMpBMtf&s iflMH is ii* ? ': ^&rb {«jwair S3IP fflt^jfl glfii&U will TMW '? - a* H'imit*,, J»flfc»iifrimi7— »Tf ii*m-i''Tg *ufe- * ? -iSfC*. 3T 3*e — - -- | --»:*&«.. ? - ~ i FL O U R , j ? 3 oka*»f ««»-&? ? lassie c ocreaB^jfaj - — ..as* is t.; j~^-TTiMi luff n ? ? ^ai a t'.i Vsa Esidaiii j g*T3E BY AUCTION. ; ACei1©SSALE; AI *S SalHX DAIS, i 'pSDEDH3 S. sag**: fa* tan: il»mu»a8* JL «x aBBsans 3e sell %_j-dMjts aaa^rf^rJwwisriEVsi gate aguaaaceg in; M»»»»:iiai-jer»dt JIILI III', ? ?. i SJa)s;«es ' ' 'Sbe ^iae- oT^niiaisiEinmz ass-. ; ? 1— »r at »ial»«K J&^be aT &r

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

THE UPPSS SUHSB 'COCBISa,' A 'WEEKLY STKWSPAPEK, forc£re«S»ti]K in Muadsbrook-Scoiie, Aber&sn. MmmaiJi. Denman. at«mwa,GaaS& and tins Upper Hastac District genenHyy is published gtaiy Erafar ninramp in MusAstoA. and CT«y TsuiJ if atata ing in ^i mtufyirfii -JSCBSCBEPTIOS. Tka al*eatfan~af intenfisx snfeseraers » pttfea- J larir directed to She annexed rates of saSecriptM* f to&fejoanul:— „ _^ - J ~- £^*'*?F **&& Iff6* fa '^^^M^M Siifc'lWwr. to jwttt p^m^«. «. gJ^^M town. ia,a-f»afl»; »v6fc marf ' - ^^^H The Ciqfr; few ^ jfaf« dw*J»Q^f offiaa«p-i»a«tiiri»cnMiif totSrertiala. /T| . .ADVEBTISINH- \ I The genual tam &r adrertismj *re lu fii^' lews: — Two lines...... ? »„.. ? Is. «. Four lina» .. ? ? ? . k.«i Stxliaes ? 2a. U. Right how (oca inchK. ? 3s. Out Basineas ands^r Beafesswail nBttewtt. state keepers, traJaswn, and otters, inserted eoofcuw. ousty at ikfi rate ofies. per quarter. For U» issertfe* rf kbtli*: **amap-\ Mi deaths, a cha...

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COMMERCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

Messrs. Harrison, Jones, & Devlin Hcport : — TAT CATTLli- -Market more fully supplied. l'xtea*. i^-J^.^a-4!ejatsa««ltJ,«*1»«'n«a. »tcj)nSnld'B rca)i£pdSB Iteaa, PAT flHEEP-^WtTsola o prfmeTlbt at Its M, and ' WcnUefrotti Ssto'Ss 6d. i! 1!J ~! ? ??' ThoSiugicton Show promises lo bo a great 6hc cesB,.and as .a. grcatjiiprtiqniof ^hfl»JiTing'!Cxlubits wil! be oScred for sale, it will be a fine opportunity. to add to the stock of.tiie district, IJesflis. Brown and Jones advirtfzctij told a'saKttler the' Show.' ' . ? -.- '; If...' :'; ..rXn-:', J, ;.?-?- -.1!

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LORD BROUGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

. LORD BROUGHAM. pEii&llTJao .to inform jou, my friends, what . ue the inevitable, consequences of being too. fond .of glory : — Taxes— upon «very .article which enters into the mouth, or covers the. bac&, or is placed under the fooi — taxes upon everything which it is pleasant to sec, hear, feel; smell, 'or taste — taxes upon warmth, light, and locomotion— taxes on everything on earth, and the 'waters 'under the^earth, on everything that comes from abroad or is »rown at home— taxes upon the raw material — taxes on every fresh value that is added to it by the industry ,of man — taxes on tbe sauce ;wlneh pampers man's , appetite, and tbe drug that ; restores him; to health — on the ermine which decorates the judge, and the rope which hangs the criminal — on the poor man's.salt, and the rich man's epice-i-on the brass nails of the coffin, and the vibbons of the bride — at bed or board, we must pay taxes. . ? ? _ ?? . ?-.;: ' The schoolboy whips hie taxed ^Jpp — the ?be...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

IN the penultimate issue of the "Upper Hunter Courier," published in Muswellbrook, we announced our definite intention of establishing a paper in Murrurundi, and our reasons for so doing. It only remains, there-   fore, to give the public some idea of the policy we intend to pursue, and of the rules we have adopted for our guidance along the thorny paths of journalism, but before do- ing so we must tender thanks to all those who have so readily and so cordially re- sponded to our call for their assistance. In scarcely a single instance have we met with any but the hardiest response, and the good wishes, to say nothing of the more sub- stantial tokens of encouragement, which have poured in on every side, have effectually dis-     pelled any doubts we might have entertained as to the necessity for our existence or the means of prolonging it. Since the public have come forward so unanimously to help as over the first and proverbially most diffi- c...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PROPOSED CRICKET CLUB.--It is with great pleasure that we draw attention to an adver- tisement in our columns, requesting the at- tendance of gentlemen interested in the for- mation of a cricket club, at a meeting to be held at Wightman's Royal Hotel, at 3 o'clock on Saturday next 19th August. A prelim- nary meeting was held on Tuesday last, but due to the inclemency of the weather, only ????? were present, and it was ????? resolved to defer any definite por??? the date announced above, when ???? that a large number will ???? the necessary steps for ???? drawing up the rules, en- ???? grounds, &c. We hope that all those who take an active interest in athletic sport will make a point of putting in an appearance, as no time should be lost in getting together a good team in order that they may have every opportunity of getting into good working order by the time the cricketing season is fairly commenced. We are fortunate enough to possess three or four skilf...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Late Musclebrook News. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

Late Muswellbrook News.   (From our own Correspondent.)       MEETINGS.--On Friday night the   Committee re Bridge met at the Court House to receive Petition Committee's re- port. The principal canvasser (Mr. J. Ash- burn) not having returned in consequence of the Talbragar being flooded, there was little done. The signed slips from Messrs. J. H. Cox and Nowland were sent in, and the Sub- committee reported that they had engaged Mr. Moses to canvass the town with a result of 151 signatures. I hear that only 9 trans- pontine citizens signed the petition. During the evening our duly qualified legal practi- tioner and editor had a little spar of words   and exchanged a few compliments. Fitz, who is a great sticker for professional etiquette took exception to a proposal of the paper man's that the petition should be placed in the hands of a professional man, and in his     beautifully...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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[?] Police Court. MONDAY AUG. 7TH. (Before R. J. [?] Esq[?] J.B.) [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

Muswellbrook Police Court. MONDAY AUG. 4TH (Before R. J. Pierce, Esw., J. P.) Patrick Burnes in custody, pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly in Bridge-street on Saturday previous.   Prisoner pleaded guilty and was admonished and discharge. James Harrington in custody, was charged with using insulting language and assaulting the police in Bridge-street on the Saturday previous.           Prisoner pleaded guilty, and was fined for the first offence £1, or seven days lock-up, and for the second £2 or a month's imprisonment --both sentences to be concurrent.   As it had been reported that unnecessary violence had been, used to take the prisoner to the lock-up, Mr. J. Denshire, senr., who had witnessed the arrest, was called, and testified to his disorderly conduct, and stated that the obscenity of his language was fearful. One of the policemen was kicked badly in the eye. It appears to be...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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HISTORY OF THE AUSTRALIAN WOOL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

HISTORY OF THE AUSTRALIAN   WOOL TRADE.       THE history of this Australian wool trade is very noteworthy. In 1793 it occurred to   Captain John M'Arthur, that stations with his regiment at Sydney, that the Austra-     lain climate was well adapted for the pro- duction of merino sheep ; but the colony had nothing but an inferior Bengal breed, useful only for food, and there was great difficulty in obtaining any other. At length, in 1797,   Captain M'Arthur conveyed to Sydney three rams and five ewes of pure merino stock, and, mixing with them seventy of the native sort, applied himself zealously to sheep shearing. In 1803 he came to England, bringing with him samples of his wool, which he recom- mended to the committee of cloth manufact- turers and to the Government as being "in softness superior to many of the wools of Spain, and certainly equal in every valuable   ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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INTERVIEWING A CRIMINAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

INTERVIEWING A CONDEMED     CRIMINAL.     ONE of our exchanges brings to us a story this morning so common and hackneyed that we have to push ourselves away from it as it were to catch its real meaning. A Washing- ton reporter goes to see Grady, the murderer of Mrs. Faulkner, a day or two before his executing. He finds "a young man, slender in frame, good looking, in fact handsome, with large black eyes, lustrous and searching piteously appealing as though every new face were to be searched for some chance of escape. The only aperture to his cell which admits the light of day is faced by the scaffold. For days he has not been able to look out or draw a breath of fresh air with out seeing the engine of his destruction. This morning the rope was tested by different weights in his presence and that of two men on trail for their lives, and when the trap fell with the usual dull thud, an audible graon was heard from the windows. The &am...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Hundle. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

Nundle.         (From our own Correspondent.) ALTHOUGH at present our little township has not reputation enough to rival that of Gul- gong or Tambaroora yet, I may venture to predict ere long we shall rank amongst the prosperous gold-fields of the colony, and get our weekly report in that great organ the     Sydney Morning Herald. We are thriving Mr. Editor and progressive, and have already got beyond the pubic house, blacksmith shop, and store stage of colonial townships I send you down some specimens of stone fruit our reefs, and you may use your own unerring judgment to determine whether a locality which produces such auriferous stuff can long be hidden under the bushel of obscurity. Last Monday (7th inst,) we had a real christening when the claim opened three weeks ago by M. Malartic, was duly named the Lady Emma by Miss Emma Thompson, step-daughter of Mr. Rice, of the Royal Hotel, which I must inform ...

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Stone. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

Scone.   (From our own Correspondents.) At the police court, on Monday last D. Stewart and G. Fox were fined 40s. each, with 21s. for the Sub-inspector's expenses, and 5s. 6d costs of court, for not registering their sheep. They pleaded guilty, and said they had sheep running at other places and had not registered them. They were also , fined 10s,   for not registering their run. They thought it very hard, not having any run, that they wore obliged to register the flat where nearly all the cattle and horses of the town were grazing. Probably they had not read the   Scab Act, or I am sure they would have re- gistered their sheep and runs also, as I believe   it cost nothing- or next to nothing, except I suppose the trouble of going to the court house.           The Oddfellows' Society of Scone is pro- gressing favourably. Now members are ini- tiated each lodge night an...

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ARRIVAL OF THE NEBRASKA AT AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

ARRIVAL OF THE AUKLAND AT AUCKLAND. THE Nebraska arrived at Auckland on the 20th July, seventeen days from Honolulu. She brings telegraphic news from Europe to the 22nd June three days later than papers received here, but seventeen days behind the latest telegram via Galle. The telegrams for the three days contain details which, if re- liable, are interesting. Paris, June 18. — The Republican journals unite in a manifesto in answer to the electoral programme of the Monarchical Press. They declare that the Republic is the only rational and legitimate expression of national sover- eignty- Monarchy implies its abdication. They will give their support to candidates pledged to maintain the status quo.--The     French loan will be issued on tbe 26th instant, if the Assembly passes a bill author- ising it before that date. — La Verite' says that the siege will be raised on the 26th. — The Journal de Paris reports a Central Committee of Federal National Guards, wit...

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THE SAD FATE OF AUBER'S BODY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

THB 8AD FATE OF AUBER'S BODY. The coffin containing the remains of Auber, tbe great composer, which lay in the vault of the church of the Holy Trinity, at Paris, awaiting the rite of burial, was among the number broken open, and flung into the streets by the communists. The remains of tbe composer are lost, the coffin being broken, and its contents merged with the other debris, in an undistinguishable mass. The   post mortem fate of Auber, to be tumbled into a common ditch along with the horrible contents of a charnel house, by a dirty mob, is strangely in contrast with the experience of his life. A man of the most luxurious tastes, he allowed nothing to interefere with   the complete sensuous enjoyment which his income of 30,000 dol. a year enabled him to secure in Paris. Like Rossini, when his position and fortune were assured, he used both to make his path one of roses. He sedulously shut out every sight and sound likely to prove disagreeable, surrounded...

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A SECOND WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1871

A SECOND WASHINGTON. Nashy says : I commenced being good at a very early age, and built myself up so the best models. I was yet an infant when I read the affecting story of the hacking down of the cherry tree by George Washington, and the manly statemeut to his father that he could not tell a lie. I read tbe story, and it filled me with a desire to surpass him. I was not going to allow any such boy as George Washington, if he did afterwards go to be President, to excel me in the moralities. Immediately I seized an axe and cut down the most valuable cherry tree my father had ; and more, I dug up the roots and burried the branches, so that by no means could the variety be produced, and went skating one Sunday, so that I might confess the two faults and be wept over and forgiven on account of my extreme truthful- ness. The experiments, I regret, were partial failures. I was very much - like George Washington, but the trouble was, my father didn't resemble George Washington's father, wh...

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