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Proposed at Mus[?]ellbrook [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

Ikcgcscb ^ofoat ^usijJtllbroDfe A special meeting of the Great Northern Agricultural Association was held at the Royal Hotel on Wednesday, the 12th inst. There was a larfje attendance of members. The business of liie meeting was tocon hiilcr the proposal to have the locale of the nest shew changed from Singleton to MuEwcllbrook. Mr. S. It. Dipht, the senior vicepresi dent, was voted to tlie cl.air ; there were seventy members present. The CliAir.MAN opened the proceedings by reading the advertisement by which the meeting was convened, which slated that the object was to take into considera tion a proposition to hold the show c!F 1875 at M uswellbrook. They had, lie raid, tttet that day to decide a most important question. The principle, he had no need to tell, had been affirmed before, that the shows should be moveable, under certain conditions. He hoped they would disciiKs the matter calmly, and. consider well what they wore doing, nut taking into con Eidurntion what benefits would...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

THE MlTRBirfiinffDI TIMES Liverpool Plains Gazette, ts rusiiisuiio EVEHT 8A.TUUDAT MORNING. Terms of Subscription : — Per Year (in advance) ? £1 Os. do ( do by post) ... £1 Os. Subscriptions booked will Tie charged la. per quarter more than the above rate. ? ; Terms of AdrcrtiEuis «— \ % ?HSlnt'ucb and under .. ... 3s. Od. Every additional inch or half-inch 2s. Od. -Advertisements of two lines .... 2s. Od. Jiirtbs, Deaths, and Marriages ... . 2s. Gd. Business Cards per quarter ... 20s. Od. No advertisement booked under 3s.. A liberal allowance will bo made for Ad vertisements continued for a period over lour wecka. It must be distinctly understood, that, unless countermanded, advertisements will be continued and charged for at the usual rate; Any person ordering Advertisements or Printing on bohalf of a Committee formed or to be formed for any public purpose, will be held personally responsible for the same. The ' MURRURDNDI TIMES ' and « LIVERPOOL PLAINS GAZETTE ' is transmitted im...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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The Dinner. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

T&e Dinner.. The annual dinner in connectiim irith ?the Show, took place at Mr. Ashev's lloyal Hotel, Singleton, os TljiirsJay evening^ at ifl o'rlonk. Tl»e viands aud wines wer« of the best quality, and were placed upon the 'tables in great -quantity, so muuh ee that; the tables literally gfviitriefl under tlie good things provided. About 100 gentle men sat down to dinner. Uuriug.thc re past the Volunteer band'' discoursed sweet . anusic,' in nil adjoining -rooiH, and every thing passed off pleasantly, wbiJe juttico was being dune te thespreiid, Mr. S. B. 'DigM (the senior Vicepresi dent of the. Assoumtibn), occupied, the ?clioir ; on 1)ir ri^rlrt sat the lion. Henry l'arke?, end on his I.fi t!i-i l-.cn, ii. A Uoyd. Mr. U. 1a)l--.-i- o.-ei.jii-jd i',n vice cbiii r. Ti« (Tnair.-n.-.n p-.cposcd ' T- . ... ..,./' -iie band piiyin^ ::::; lull-;:.... . , '??-.-.- cheers being giveii liy all j-.-oten;. ' Thei'rinceof Wales and all the It. yal family,' followed, with tlirue tiircr...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Burrurundi Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

gjJurruruu&i ^orfitaltural §jorictn. A TUB! tc m;oM.i£: was l:eM !'.t. tbe School o£ J AitJ. M.-iT-m;-.-}^ !!i '-ii- p'-mi-ii: of VrAr.y. : On the Biotiun of !-?. Uordon, seconded by ; Mr. \V. Brov.T., J!r ii. il. Jirulie, ,f.P.. wtj appointed u- preside. It was proposed by Br. Gordon, and seconded by Mr. Upjohn : — ?? Xhat a Society he formed ; at ilnrrunmiii. to be called the ' Murrurundi ; Uorticultural Society.' ' - Ganied. ' Mr. Anderson proposed, and Dr. Gordon seconded : — ' That the following g-cntlemen, ; Messrs. Gr. fi. Hrodie, T. M. Newiiiau, K. Aiidersiiu, W. H. Gordon, \V. Brown, W. Long, O. li. Upjohn, and P. Abbott, be -a committee to prepare the rules for tho guidance ot the Society; that the Hules pre pared bo presented to the subscribers for. adoption at tbe public rcseUug to be held on tbe -mil day of August in the Schorl of Ants; .and Ihut .the same be advertised iu &be MurniriiniiJ Ttmct. Mr. Anderson proposed, and J!r. Cpjolm : Eccouded :— *? Th...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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[?] Agricultural Association Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

^ortl'rnt ^wirultural ,^ssa daiujn €*[iiljitiott. Tue sevauth annual exhibition in cou ncctiot. '?'. .';'« the above Association was held on Wedi'5-1 ay and Thursday last, at the Sh?y «; rounds, Singleton. For Bouie vcevks't-roiioubly various iinprove ments -isjJ' iitea izolug -iu in these groinic; : «ua i.iinibera of men were busily .'iigoicii in making important ad diUoiie 10. re handings, entrance gates, etc. On llit ',rs. day of tne Show the [iOrticu'n- ..M^fits derivalile from these were nut«-o lfiiteibleapnn the second hut cvm lln.11 'lav^wi re sufficiently proved to £linwtfant ii,f -:oin:iii(tee Imd not lieen un mindfui fj{tl'.-ci-:iivnienoe of tlie public The wt:,'.!i,.- ?:-.. all Uiat the most fasti ?dions ccin.j:;:: l s cnuld desire ; it \va6 bii^ht l),i: n'-. ii1 ', and the wind was free hut not IiIi«..T-.i.3. Tue attendance on Wi'diKJit.-.-vjjC-ii* very good, considering that it r. a- Wk t-- OFhilling day, and that the prij.- t-^r ' xhibrU wore not known. l.ie niim;!^: f...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Military Life in the Mountains of Fiji. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

ipifcu-n life in the ^ountoins of sk ????? By G. W. I FB03I OUB NEWCASTLE COnHESPOSDEST,J II. Thk following day the white settlers canse dowu to drive us away, but on our hesita ting to leave, they said we wuuid have to light, but fortunately enc of the ministers coming down arranged the little diiiiculty which was exist ingt aud we iiad to take our departure for llnln, about 3s .miles distSBt, nithuat having accomplished iinvlhiiiff at Saaruna. It was forluuate ?that force oh our part was not attempted, ,as there was a great disparity between tfee forces, there bwugo0 whites and £0 natice3 ajrainpt 4 wliltcF ^nd 11 saldierr it two ii'ilock ii! i.!:o iifti'nv.nn of Si -'ay. ilm ViJi 'jf :r'.!.nv'vv. :^i, *.:iauii --nVPalu, wl.tM-e we siaycii ?.;: :ii tin- fii.'r lug Fri day, -.\'hen wtsf.iiTT:;!-.! bscl. (..? '? gr.' ;. .is rti'»--urs ware ii. c:.;i;!;;(. if ?? . liie Kia Colos beinji in t!ie vicUiity. By the fol lowing Sunday the stehmur cr.ias.iip witb the Mayor and Sergeant Pairh...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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[?] Ore. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

. ©iu (!^if. MESOBAKnnt of tin ore forvrariSed from the ilurruruiidi llailway Station, by W. E. Potts aud Co., from 13th August to August lflth,for and ou account of : — Bags tons cwt. qrs. lbs. Tingah T.M.C. 1S3 S 3 1 14 J. Moore ? 94 E 2 3 Vo Total ... _. 247 13 0 1 11 Mcests. T. B. Perry and Co, report baring forwarded this week :— Bags tons cwL qrs. lbs. Tiarcns X.M.C., P. V. / Wright ? 68 3 9 /3 15 ? ? ? / ? 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

3Kotice to i*ulttrrlbt'r». OCR Subscribers arc particularly requested to iufonu us of any delay in the de livery -of tbc ?? Tunes.' in order ihnt iin tociliaU! steps may l-c taken to prevent a. re ? «CBJTeneo of xlie annoyance. ?' Murrurundi Times ' Office, March 27, 1K4.

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Singleton Price List. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

Sfnsrletton Price U»t. £ s. d. Hbv (Oaton) per ton ? 5 0 0 „' (Wlieateu) ? 5 0 0 i „ (UurerneJ , ? 3 10 0 Maize per bushel ... 3b. 10d. to 4 0 Oats „ ? 4 G I Potatoes per c«'t ? 5 6 Eggs (wholesale) lOd.to Is. per dost. , '? lluttcr (wholesale) Is. to 16. 2d. ner lb. , ' 1 Bacon (wholesnlft) Od. per Hi. ' Cheese (wholesale) 4d. per II). , A new lode has been struck in the Peak j DownH Copper Mine, ond a rise in the price of shares has naturally followed. ; The new bridge nt Windsor was opened on Thursday, tho 20lh instant.

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Agents for the "Murrurundi Times." [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

A.jjrcnti» for tlic ' 3lurrurum1i TitiiCM.' GtrxKKDAH ? Mr. ?!. Bridge. Pise UinGr. ? „ S. Cock. Qt'ItllKDI ? „ .1. ItO65.. Wallabadaii ... „ E. C. Dcttmer. Muswellurook ... „ P. S. Luscombcj Singleton ? „ J.Willis. X^ Maitland ? „ E. Tipper. * , Tkntkkviei.d ? , K. H. Whereat. Glen 1nm:s ? „ P J. Marshall. Sid.vev ? Messrs. Orevillc ic Co. MkldoI/'BNE ... „ Gurdon k Gotch. Buisbake ? , Sinter & Co. Loxdos ? Mr. Thos. Holloway, B33 Oxford-street. JIebjuwa. ? ) Scosb ? t Agents Wanted. Newcastle ? ) The above-named gentlemen are authorised; ; to receive Advertisements, ubscriptions. anil moneys on my behalf, and their receipt will j be a sufficient discharge. I THOMAS B. BOYCE. j MurmnmHi Tinwt Office, ! April 11th, 1871. ' rriiitjwl and Published by THOMAS I?. \ BOVCE, Sole Proprietor, at his General ? Printing OlUcc, Maync-strcet, Mnrru. { rundi. in tho colour of Mow South f Wales. ' I

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Murrurundi Post Office. MAILS GOING NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

Murrurundi Post Office. MAILS GOING NORTH.   Mails for Wallabadah, Goonoo Goonoo, Tam-   worth, &c close every day. (Monday ex- cepted) at 12.30 p.m.         Mails for Quirindi, Breeza, Pine Ridge, and Gunnedah, close every Tuesday and Saturday at 12.30 p.m.     Mails for Yarraman and Tambar Springs   close every Sunday at 9.30 p.m.   MAILS GOING SOUTH.     Mails for Scone, Musclebrook, Singleton, Maitland, Newcastle, Sydney, &c., close   every day (Saturday except) at 9.30 p.m. Also, evert morning (Sunday excepted) at 9.30, 'mails are despatched to Scone, Muscelbrook, East and West Maitland, Singleton, and Newcastle ; and every Tuesday and Friday mornings for Syd- ney at 9.30. Office hours on Sunday from 2 to 3 p.m. J. S. ARNOTT,         &nb...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

The Murrurundi TImes.   "THE MAN WHO WILL NOT REASON IS A     BIGOT. HE WHO CANNOT A FOOL. BUT IF   HE DARE NOT, LET HIM CONFESS HIMSELF A   SLAVE."   SARUDAY, AUGUST 22, 1874  

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The Late Government Appointments. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

"The Late Government Ap-   pointments. If Mr. PARKES did not always lay claim to high political morality, and in his capacity of minister, did not always set himself up as a pattern of spotless political virtue, we should be inclined to speak of his acts, when wrong and blameable, only in the tones of ordinary disapproval and displeasure. A man invites some severity of criticism, who, in all he does and says, assumes a perfecti- bility found, it is true, in a few since the creation, but certainly in none since politics have made of humanity the fallible thing we now see it. Mr. PARKES may be all he pre- tends to be, and a good deal more — a minister fashioned after those great English models often held up by him as patterns for our     imitation — a paragon of virtue and incur-   ruptibility. But in judging of the very   many excellent qualities for which he gives himself unbounded credit, and of the few questionable o...

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The S[?]ES FRANCISCO MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

The San Francisco Mail. NOT less damaging to Mr. PARKES'S minis- terial position than Mr. LEE'S appointment, would be the tragical termination of the present San Francisco service. And yet what are the chances that it will not come to grief? Truly, the circumstances of Mr. HALL'S departure for Europe at a moment's notice without, if we are to believe reports, any provision being made for the carrying   of the enxt month's mails, look most sus- picious. If it is true that on account of the mishaps befallen two of the steamers, occa- sioning thereby a very large sacrifice of capital, the content will be abandoned, and the colony left without a mail service, the consequences will be most serious and the position of the Government most embarrass- sing. Indeed, upon the contract made with Mr. HALL and those who support him, de- pends the very existence of the present Ministry. From the beginning they were blamed by their opponents, and sough to be censured, for having treate...

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[?]oral and General [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

Local and General News. THE WEATHER.--In the early portion of     the week there were indications of a return of heavy rain. Several showers fell on Sun- dny evening and toward the close of the following day the prospect was particularly gloomy. On Tuesday morning, however, the unfavorable appearances had given place to the agreeable weather which we have since enjoyed. Light frosts and chilly nights re- mind us that the cold season has not alto- gether disappeared ; but with the many evi- dences around us of advancing Spring, we can well endure, these lingering accompani- ments of a Winter whose power is well-nigh spent. QUIRINDI. — A correspondent again com- plains of official neglect, in the fatal acci- dent at that place not being made a subject of inquiry by the coroner. We may inform the writer that Captain Wheeler, the coroner for this district, was not apprised of the death until reading the account given in our columns; nor was any information of t...

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[?]rrarudi Police Court. MONDAY, AUGUST 17TH, 1874. Before Mr. G. G. BRODIE, J.P. PERJURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

Murrurundi Police Court. MONDAY, AUGUST 17th, 1874. Before Mr. G. G. BRODIE, J.P. PERJURY. mary Kennedy, Catherine Kennedy, and Clara Ann Fleming, appeared on bail to answer a charge of perjury, severally brought against them. No-one appearing for the prosecution,   ????           ?????           ????             ???                   failing to attend ???? discharged.      

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 18TH, 1874. Before Mr. G. G. BRODIE, J.P. MILLIARD LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

TUESDAY, AUGUST 18TH, 1874.     Before Mr. G. G. BRODIE J.P. MILLARD LICENSE. A ???? license was granted to Thomas Millard Guest's Family Hotel, Murrurundi.      

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 20TH, 1874. Before, Messrs. G. G. BRO[?] and A. J. KINGSMILL J.P.s WAGES CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

THURSDAY, AUGUST 20th, 1874 Before Messrs. G. G. BRODIE, and A. J. KINGSMILL, J.P.'s WAGES CASE. Elizabeth Lane sued Solomon Cohen senr. for £4 12s. on account of work done as a general servant in his employ. Defendant stated that he had offered to pay the balance due after deducting travelling expenses, according to the agreement which had been signed by plaintiff. Plaintiff being sworn, deposed that she had engaged as a general servant to Solo- mon Cohen on 4th June ; her wages were 10s. per week ; she had worked for nine   weeks; during that time she received   only 13s His Worship, Mr. G. G. Brodie, re-   minded plaintiff that on her own shewing j she was only entitled to claim £3 17s.   Defendant asked the Bench to overlook the mistake there were a couple of days over the nine weeks, for which he was quite willing lo pay, though there would still be an error in the amount of the claim. Tlie plaintiffs deposition having been re...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, Friday, August 21, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

Telegraph Intelligence. [FROM OUR RELEGRAPHIC CORRESPON-   DENTS] SYDNEY. Friday, August 21, 8 p.m. CABLE communication is still interrupted Van Heckeran, charged with attempting to procure abortion, has been acquitted. Iu the Divorce cases Spiller v. Spiller, and Bailey v. Bailey, dissolutiou was granted, to be absolute at the expiration of six months. The Hunter River Steam Company has declared a dividend equal to 10 per cent. per annum. Madame Goddard failed to appear at the Victoria Theatre last night and is supposed to have gone to Melbourne to avoid legal pro- ceedings now pending against her for not fulfilling Bathurst engagement. It is reported that the Board of the Museum has decided to dismiss the Curator.

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Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874

Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] AT the Police Court on Thursday, John Birch,   who was remanded, was charged with stealing £5 10s. from Frederick Pearce. The prisoner was committed to take his trial at the ensuing Quarter Sessions. A court of Appeal was held on Wednesday   last against the valuation of rateable pro- perty within the municipality of Wallsend. There were ??? cases set down, but sixty- nine of these were disposed of at a friendly Appeal Court held at Wallsend. About a fortnight since I gave an account of the departure from this port of the ship Chrysomene, of 1777 tons register. Since that time the vessel has arrived at Sydney in a very disables state. The following par- ticulars as to the disaster have been fur- nished for publication :— The ship having taken on board 2786 tons coal, sailed for San Francisco from Newcastle on 29th July ;   on the following day a seaman John Connolly,   while securing the anchor,...

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