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The Zola Trial. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

The Zola Trial. The conviction of Zola for his ac cusations in the Dreyfus affair will come as a surprise to no one. It is evidently what the Court intended to do before it commenced the farce of going through the form of a trial. The whole proceedings are an un favourable commentary on the domi nance which the militarv system exercises over the minds of the French people. The personal ani mosity of one man against another (Capt. Drevfus) was the beginning of the most scandalous and far reaching trial of the present decade. The matter eventually came before the courts, racial animosity was aroused in the fact that Dreyfus is a Jew; the army had to uphold their ' honor ;' and, in order to prove their integrity to the excited and prejudiced populace, they made a scapegoat of one of their number, and assigned him, probably an inno cent man, to a lifelong imprisonment on a lonely island. The friends of the injured soldier were not content to let the matter rest there, and, by persistent...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Licensing Districts. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

Llcensincr Districts. In the Government Gazette of the 22nd February is published a proclamation re defining and altering the boundaries of tbe various licensing districts of the colony, among which are the licensing districts of Murrnrundi and QuirindL The boundaries of the districts named occupy too much epaM for ns to reproduce them in our columns, bat they may be seen upon applica tion at this office.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Local and General News. Death of Mrs. W. Lowndes. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

Local and General News. Death of Mrs. W. Lowndes. We regret to have to record the death of another rery old resident of the district, in the person of Mrs. VV. Lowndes, widow of the late Mr. William Lowodes, of this town, which ead eveDt took place at 7 p.m. on Saturday last. Although Mrs. Lowndes had reached the advanced age of 76 years, ahe was up to a few mooths ago well and hearty, s,nd comparatively active for her age, bnt on tbe morning of the 29. h November last ahe bad tne mieronurje, wnuer, walking in we paddock adjoining her residence, to trip, and in falling broke her thigh, from the effects of which sccident she never recovered. At her advanced age the bone would not knic, and although everything possible was done to re lieve her and to ease ber few remaining days, ebe was compelled to keep to ber bed, and after several relapses she gradaally eank and died as stated on Saturday evening last, after just three mouthBof suffering. The deceased had been a resident of Murrnrn...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Wolfe's Schnapps £50 Prize.—Final Test Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

Wolfe's Schnapps £50 Prize Final Test Match. Messrs. Moses Moss and Co. agents for this well-known stimulant have (in response to their announcement to present the above amount to the person who can guess the actual result, or nearest thereto, of the Final TeBt Match) received 33300 Ccmpons, of which 17084 select the Australians to win, and 16216 favour the Englishmen. There nrV OslcW PiU 1UI1UCUBQ Wtaiuwa Ul liuut aJLJUl coupons which of conrse are not included in these figures. Coupons were ail handert to the Manager of the Sydney Daily Telegraph on the morning prior to the commencement of the match, and the result will be mada known as soon as possible after the con clusion of the game.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

Dentistry. J. Beazbv- Smith, D.D.S., from London and America, of 482 and 4S4 George Street, Sydney, msy be consulted Fkee at McNulty'a Hotel, Haydonton, monthly. Ntxt visit, Thursday, 3rd March, till 1 p.m. Pain less Extractions guaranteed at 7s 6 1. Flatter ing testimonials have been given by many of the principal Squatters and Residents of the district, certifying to the skilled and satisfactory nature of my work. Charges strictly moderate. At my Sydney rooms I have a staff of Four Dentists, where a- great redaction is made on ordinary prices. — Anvr

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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New Fans. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

:-' '?' .' New Fans.. ,.: i.-.-Opyelleroy, the Paris fanmakSr, is jStowing fans o£ coloured feathers which appear to be both curious .aijd iiiterest .jjig. Tlte feathers used are those of the lophophorus, neajsitqtar.- plva&tn*. ot.jaK,, '?? which when combines pifed-uce a ' \4ff-- UJsasant effect. The lover of, birds .jnjill T,eafn.wilh regret tha-t-ii'^alltes 25Q?ffciFs' .wings to make one fan, as only the tlpyof the wing is used. Apart '.iiiilhV 'these only spangled fans ot various i.«ha»1e.s were to be seen.-sonicf-ofr-wSieltf 3iad IS.000 spanglosT- ? . ?f y i^.\'k !* There is nnolher kind -if fan, for patent. It has sticks' wjiich close like a. box, and is convenient.. At another fan shop the -'hiof. novelty i is a fan made of spangled tulle, 'on' which arc applied scenes painted on medallions of -silk ; these include harle quin, battle, 'lnVe, and 'Empire subjects. A stylish fan Is of gilt, pearl sticks, nnd Venice point lace bordered with sniall diamonds. - ?* .There ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. Those wondertVl Pills possess the power of expelling all contaminations from the blood and system generally. They uilh certainty overcome all obstructions, and institute regular action in organs tliat are failing or defective. The dyspeptic, weak, and nervous may safely rely on these Tills, as they act upon the main Springs cf lite, Complaints or Women and Children. The very mild action of these invamable Pills recommends them to every family as a household remedy. Any mother or nurse guided by tho directions which accompany each box, has at once available means for checking disease, purifying the blood, and expelling from the system all gross humours. Disorders of the Liver with Flatulency and Indigestion. loss of appetite and flatulency indicate and accompany stomachic disease. These famous Pills exercise the most salutary power ii) all affections of Uie liver, stomach and towels ; they restore a healthy function to ?every erring organ, overcoming obstructio...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

General News. The death is announced of George Barrett, the famous English -jockey. Will Curley, of Newcastle, has de feated Billy Murphy, of Sydney, in 12 rounds. Although Murpliy was game, Ourley was the more clever. Mr. F. Finucanf, the Queensland Oomuicrcial agent in Europe, reports that there are prospects of opening up direct trade between Italy and Queens land. - About 320 applications have been received by the Victorian Government from -burnt-out settlers for assistance ip the way of fencing wire, grass aei-d, and building material. -i ^ ' The Times in ah article, urges tbe Imperial Governmd.it to equip an ex podition for tha Antarctic, and if pos sible obtai.i the co-operation of the Australasian Governments. Captain AnsonSohomberg, of It. M.S. Victorious, which went ashore at Port Said while on the way from Malta to China, is to be trfid by court martial. A Greek loan of £6,600 000 for the purpose of paying off the war indemnity (o Turkey has been arranged. Great Britain, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

j|g|MCjaU!Gtf,Y,v.Yy.vyy.vy.y.v.v^^ B. PASKINS, Importer of all kinds of Musical Instruments, PIANOFORTE AND ORGAN TUNER AND REPAIRER, SOOIffXI. Agent for all tbe best and well-known makes of Pianos & Organs. AH kinds of Repairs executed. Moderate Charges and Best Work. All correspondence and enquiries address ed to Scone will receive prompt attention. All parts cf the district visited periodically. New ? Catalogue IS NOW EEADY, . . . and will be sent anywhere POST FREE on application GET ONE! ANTHONY HORDERN'S, Universal Providers, HAYMARKET ONLY, SYDNEY. 'THE fflORRnRHNDI & PRINDI TIMES.' The Only Newspaper of Murrurundi District. ESTABLISHED 1872.1 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Per Quarter, in advanco, .. ... ... ... 3s ,, Booked ... ... ... ,„ ... ' 48 Per Annum, in advance ... .„ ... ... ... 12« ? TERMS FOR ADVEUTISINCr. First Inch, for one insertion only ... ... ... ... 3 0 For each succeeding inch ... ... ... ... '... 2 0 Three-line Advt.,' ...

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Railway Time Table. JULY, 1ST, 1896. MURRURUNDI TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

Railway Time Table. JULY, 1st, 1896. MUEEUEUNDI TO SYDNEY. The passenger train leaves Murrurundi at 1.40 p m. daily (Sunday excepted), arriving at Singleton 3.59 p.m., Newcastle 6.7 p.m. and Sydney at 10.15 p.m. Tbe mail train leaves at 4.3 a.m. daily (Sunday excepted) arriving at Singleton 0.2 a.m., Newcastle 7-30 A.m., and Sydney at II a.m The fares to each of the principal stations en route are as under : — I Singles Returns Holiday Stations Excursion ? , |lcl gel Icl 2el lcl gel a d a d « d 8 d e d s~d BlaDdFord 10 7i 1 3 11 1 5 10 Wirjgen ... 2 8 1 E| 4 0 2 83 724 P«kville.. 3 8 2 5| 5 6 3 8 4 10 3 4 £ ... 4 7 3 17 0 4 8 6 3 42 Aberdeen.. 6 343996 68 6S9 Muewellbk 8 0 5 3119 8 0 10 3 7 0 Singleton.. 14 0 9 3 21 0 14 0 18 6 12 6 W.Maitld. 19 9 13 3i29 619 9 26 017 6 High street 19 9 13 3:29 9 20 0 26 3 17 9 E. Maitl'd. 20 0 13 6,30 0 20 3 26 9 18 0 Hamilton.. 23 3 Ifi 6 34 9 23 3 29 9(19 9 Hoocys'kle23 6 15 6 35323 329 9|19 9 Newcastle 123 !) 15 3 35 3 23 9 31 3 21 0 Sydney ...'...

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THE NEW WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

TH12 NEW WOMEN. . ''?' -' ' : .' '' - They dross ? like men. They M Ik ? ? like men. ? ? ' Tiiey live ? lik'e mc-ii. ? '-- Thev don't ? .-. like mei-. . 4

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Comic Cuttings. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

Comic Cuttings- ^ ;^; Very few men would be willing to be tnfiiln at tftelr publicly-pxpressed. e«lima U;iii,(ifrlhejinspl.v,ps. . .... . OocasiflnbUy. wljen a man is getting fl'W'U .i' t]|«- world tlio police justice ' tl'UilspUt.wHJ,-;liclp.hIm to sonil him up: IT a' woman gets what sjii? wnnts lo u.-ar -ajid Ti man what ho wants in oat. -.. Uiero's no ivapon why limy shouldn't live, together ajid bo happy. .Oustninar : ? 'That suit is all dusty.' ficlionilHTg :??' All, mine vreiHi dot gomes fi-ohi'«l'A: sfchalk weir- vo innrks do prices do\vn-Rn oifden.' She-: ?' Jl will; be a pleasure In ni-- lo ? . ?s'.h.-fre your tr'oWih-'s and -anxloties,' -JJe ^ -; ':liut- I liavnn-'t iny.' She: ' Oh, you- 5 will have when we are inanii-l !' . . ? ' ''Oh,' my dear Mrs. ? , bowgiad I ? mn fiis(e you. -It is four years since-. ? W iTirt;. ailid- you' It'crsrnisod me ilniuc dt.troly.-'- ''Ohj-fyosp.-l h;cnBniKcit ..-t-het- liat.-'..'-- ; ._-.- . . '.'. ' .' ' ,Kv'a'(to I?Vlti, just engaged) : '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

C. O. WALDOW, BOOKS at Published Prices. PERIODICALS, MAGAZINES, & FASHION JOURNALS. All that appear regularly. The Finest Assortment outside Sydney. TOYS, DOLLS, AND FANCY GOODS, Including all the Latest l\Tovelties, and in Immense Variety. the: premier hareet of Australasia, SALES in th« various Wool Centres during Weekly Series, July 1st, 1897, to January 31st, 1898 :— Sydney, ? ? 370,673 Bales Melbourne, ? 197,086 „ Geetoriei ? ... ... 65,363 „ Adelaide, ? 60,409 „ New Zealand, ? 40,390 „ SYDNEY WOOL-SELLING BROKERS' ASSOCIATION: Auttralasiau Mortgage & Agency Co., Ltd. Hill, CJavk aud Co., Ltd. John Bridge utid Co., Ltd. Neu- Zealand Loan aud Mercautile Agency Campbell, Nitnmo and Wyly Co., Ltd. Dalgety aud Co., Ltd. Pastoral ? Kiuanee Association, Ltd. Ooldshrough Mort and Co., Ltd. H'inchcombD, Carson aud Co. Harrison, '.Jones and Devlin, Ltd. J. C. Young and Co. T lOOk at this! Splendid Value for yonr Money ' '?? OUR £3 PARCEL IS REMARKABLE VALUE. Fnw- C Q Yo...

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The Revenue Return for February. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

The Revenue Return for Feb ruary. The revenue returns for the month just closed show an increase of no less than £6b,b°16 for the past month as compared with February of last year, the total revenue in February, 1897, having been £602,554, and that for February, 1898, £671.171. The chief item in tbis fine increase is tbe land tax, which is responsible for a revenue for tbe month now ended of £75,447, as against £23.962 during February of the previous year, or an increase of £51,485. Income tax alsoBhowe an increase of £8,376, people hav ing started paying earlier this year than lost. Land revenue likewise exhibits a rise of £5500. Both railways and tramways are improving again, railway receipts showing an increase of £5005, and tramways an increase cf £972.

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Short Story. A Henley Romance. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

Short Story. A Henley Romance. The sun was now aslope over' the Henley liills. Tlie slanting rays poiuivd 1o the hour of 3. The enormous luniMi which l):nl boon in progress lor the last hour all down .the Joiik1.1i of the Henley Beach on lawns and liousnlioiita, from Ihe level sward below Temple Island right ill) --» tlu- bridge, bcgnn to show si^ns of aliai.ins. A wave of liiove. moiit passed over (ho htijri' Itoiilla winch lay idly in the river in {trail: p.ilofies; like some, oxtraordinar.v Conn of wal.or Ki-owth. Tliedeuso muss of boats fast ened oil! the lslhuiiaii Kslwu broke up :is witb an explosion, and slio-l its fia^ nioiit.s out into the stream. The sharp re port of a Kiniji'u -the distance uiiiiouui'ui] Hit* don:ir.tur-- of the next raoo. The lieiivy imirinui-- which rolleil ceaselessly, up ami down the river rose in u shriller Hole. There wn.s a lla.sli of oars in'iW sunlight — a y-iRion of ? n siri|;pod. and* straining wifjbf- iJiejt; wightA-tliM i-usliiuiU. throb of i...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Blandford Easter Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

Blandford Easter Races. The adjourned meeting in connection with the above races, which are to be run on Easter Monday, 11th April, was held at the Plough Ian, UUndford, on Saturday evening last, when there were present Messrs. T, P. Wheelihan (in the chair), P. Callinan, J. Callinan. D. Murphy, W. Lincoln, D. Mul lens, T.Gilshenen, J. Adams, J. Schuemacher, t ujv..»..i, wr ivi ? 1:1..... _—j itr J. nvuuiuMvn, it. -i unituui, nuu *f ? Greer ('Hon. Secretary). The programme of the races (which appears in our business columns) was arranged, and tbe following officials were appointed : — Judge, Mr. B. Haydon; starter. Mr. J. Holt; clerk of scales, Mr. T. A. Hartmann ; clerk of coarse, Mr. T. Gilshenen ; handicappers, Messrs. Adams, Wheelihan, Cal.inan, Gilshenen, and D. Mullens. Dr. S. P. Proton, Lynchborg, Va., writes — 'I have been very mBcb pleased with Sander anl Sons Eucalypti Extract in the first stage of phthisis, UBing it as an inhala tion from a bronchitis-kettle. I never use ...

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Growing Precious Stones. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

CiroMiiiji I'rct'ioiis SI ones. ' A. pearl Is tin1 result of an oyster's effort, to remove a source til' irrSlalioii If ;i gmiu of sand or some oilier hard substance finds iis way into the shell lhe oyster .begins coaling it with nacre, which gives the 'irritating intruder a smooth exterior. The nvslcr dopuslts -ncJ1 the (il'fe'ndiiiff -i)..ic- I as lung as il ii'iiia.ins a .source, of irritalion. and' tin-' Chinese liilv-e taki.-u ailvamagi1 of (his peculiarity- -j.f-tiie.soiiiary miilhisi:. They make nine peiii'is oi eaiili wincii na^ been dried .-Mid powdered 'with tht- Juiw' of raniphor ''seeds, and during May :ind .luiie iilant these in the nysu-r. The. shell is opeueil willi a inntiici-of-pe.irl Uiiitu. can' riein'e laken not lo Injure (lit! (ASii-r. anil tlie eiirlh pills an1 hfid miller Uie..i».vsivr''.s'be/ird. The trenjvd- mol luscs aro~ l.h'i'ii pla'i'-eij.in 'canals iuui pools/ alid-'-li'ft uinlisliiilied until' XoVclnlier; when' thi-y are i]i-eilgeil up. .opened, and I ...

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The New Woman. Is it Essential that She Known How to Opok? [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

TJic N«v, ..Woniaii. Is it Essential that She Jtnp,^ Hc-y A.6 ' Tii'lhesi' flays Vv5]h'h:iii';-liow\X-oni!iii'i& tlui-popular, topic of con.VP|S«a1ijfU jt fre UM^itly llaM^ ftiVil ?*)ine;se«iiO«erstfiy wilii nld-f.Vshioiu^i 'iiinas='wiH 'ltaiiaiis. 'J.CMI1 this'':bicyMe-rid(J4i^,'Vnjb;g.iiUf;.i TOiiil-j-lie voter cook .';'' And when' pei-Ji baps the answer, fojiies in ? flic, negative till' interrogator shakos bis or her head iu:a. dismally prophetic fashion aslhough il,,. i.-n,iwleil!-o of einikerv would conipcu ?sjtle for failure in :iny.ijtlior line, and Without it liojne was deejned to be a place of torment. .-..'.' We lielii?Vi- ju cooks, we ajtuire. good housekeeper-s.-.-biit- there is ever! so iiiiK-h inore than the knowledge of how to make hivad or iiianagi' servanls neces sary before hoino bocoiiies actually wbal ils 'name implies. It is a dangerous ex lieriuienl we admit for a girl without the Ui'sl idea -il culinary laws to start: 'imt with a menage of her own, J ...

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The Mystery of Sea-Cliff Towers. (CALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CHAPTER XXVI. THE FIFTH OF NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

If listers of Sea-ill: CALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) By J. D. HENNESSEY, Aothtrof ' Tbe Dls-Honoural.le,' ' WyH ?nanr,' 'An Australian TCush Track,' Gunnery of Church CoDse..t,' etc. ::;..P.BLAPTER,XXYI. The Fibth of November. ' We are Impatient to know what w»R found behind the newly discovered door,' said Beatrice when she met the doctor alter ward in the dining room. ' Oni^, if very unpWsanr, plrase don i tell i-s until we have diued,' in terpo?i-d Gracp. The docsor smiled, but did not at onse spi-ak. It liaii taken iiim seme time to' rid bis hands and person of the dust and grime acquired during the afternoon '8 exciting search, and he had only now met the ladies for the first time after tlm adventures referred to in the previous chapter, 'There is no doubt about our harmg made a discovery,' he answer ed, ' but you know my rule al-out the ] character of conversation suited to the dinner table. I think that we had better adjourn it as an unpleasant and too exciting topic, until we have ...

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Murrurundi Park. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

Murrurundi Park. Mr. K. G. D. Fitz-Gerald, M.L.A . is in receipt of a communication from the Depart ment of Lands, informing him that the bum of £25 has been set apart out of this years' vote for the improvement ot the Murrurundi Park.

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