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

Muswelibrook Show. The seventeenth ehow of the Upper Hunter P. and A. Association was held at MuBwellbrook on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. There waB a good attendance each day, that on Thursisy beiug very large, and the weather being fine, the show wai a d' cided success. Tbe ground wa* in spl n did order, and the various officials carried out their dutiea in a manner which gave every satisfactoin. Taking the stock ex prolonged drought were noticeable, but the exhibits of cattle were exceptionally fine, and in tbe shorthorn and dairy stock classes the exhibits were better than last yaar. The horses shown were likewise very good, and the jumping contests were above the average. The agricultural exhibits were about the best ever exhibited in Muswellbrook. Agricultural machinery, vehioles, etc, were alto well represented.

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

Murrurandi Races. The following weights for the six principal events at the above meeting have been an nounced by the handicapper, Mr. W. C Quintun : — Railway Handicap ; about 6 furlongs, et Ib st Ib Marshal ? 9 5 A.L ? 6 10 Raven ? 8 3 IMmet ? 6 10 Pattie Brown... 7 10 Nina ? 6 10 Revo ? 6 10 Town Plate ; 1 mile. Schoolboy ... 9 13 Revo ? 6 7 Valor ? 9 13 A.L. ? 6 7 Marshal ? 9 0 Alga ? C 7 Blue Metal ... 7 7 Holdfast ? 6 7 Pattie Brown.. 7 5 Mdrbukundi Handicap ; 1 J, mile. Schoolboy ... 9 11 Pattie Brown... 7 3 Valor ? 9 11 A.L. ? « 7 Marshal ? 8 12 Holdfast ... 6 7 Blue Metal ... 7 6 Plyikq Handicap ; 6 furlongs. Marshal ? 9 5 Little Wonder 7 7 Madeline ? 8 6 Turquini ? 6 10 Raven ? 8 3 Revo ? 6 10 Blue Metal ... 7 12 A.L ? 6 10 Pattie Brown... 7 10 Helmet ? « 10 Myalla ? 7 7 Chesterfield ... 6 10 Rosedale Handicap ; about 1 mile. Madeline ? 9 10 Chesterfield ... 6 0 Pattie Brown... 9 0 Holdfast ... 8 0 Little Wonder 8 10 Tattbbsali/s Handicap ; 6 furlongs. Raven ? 9 S Alga ? 7...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY FAT STOCK SALES. MONDAY'S MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

SYDNEY FAT STOCK SALES. Monday's Market. Sheep.— 11,710 were yarded, generally of fair to good quality, with a proportion of prime. The market opened to tbe usual at tendance of buyers, with symptoms of weak - ness, nt about Thursday's prices, which, bow ever, brightened up as sales went on. finish ing up strong. Lambs were about equal to requirements, and showed little alteration. Prime xbred wethers to 10s 2d, few lie, good 8s to 9s. best crossbred ewes to 8s lOd, few 9s ! 6d, prime merino wethers to 8s 10J. gco.l at - 7s to 8s, medium at 6s to 6s, prime, merino ewes to 7b 9d, few 8s 8d, good at 6s 6d to 69 6d, medium te Cd, prime lambs to 7s 104, good at 6s to 6a, medium at 4s. Cattle. — 1242 were yarded, commprisini; about 820 from North, 180 from West, 90 from South, and 150 from Queensland. The quality generally was good to prime, and about the best average of quality yarded at Flemington for a very long time, and includ ed few cows. The market opened to the usual attendance o...

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

' ./ -. ' A ConA'ssion. ? ' ' ? A, -Jewish bunker nt a lndicioTiPly1 lfoblaio cast qt; ;niinUMiairco, wliilo at. Mdtito Carlo recently, struck up-a ifi-pav. Triendsliip jvith the Ounte de 1.-. ? , the, ?wStt'ioftt humpback ii! ' Tarls. As the, . laitor was aDoiit tc ivtur.1 to the city oii :. tin: Srine, in talcing leave of the banKei: he expi'f-ssei] the pleaMiipe lie had found . in his society, and hoped 'that whenever lhe banker was in Paris lie would iL-np.w . tin? acquaintance. ' Dellglued; my dcar: ennui.' oxo.loii»ioH llip llnt'tfrfil .3-tfinlroi' r ' 1 should be ch:iiiiii-d. :?'? IJuf- your friends in Paris have— or— rather ?unatl- viineed Ideas. In fact, I mus.fc;a-)k]iow- ledge that 1 am a Jew.' 'That's all right,' replied L. ? , pi-ossing bis hand cordially ; and then, in the banker's'enf, he added :. .'. Anrl 1, too, must make- a coufessioit— JT'om a huniiibnck.'. .. . . ,

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

Government Notices. CROWN LAND SALE. AX the Land Office, MURRURUNDI. on WEDNESDAY, 30th MARCH, at noon, the following will be offered at auction, Tiz :— Portions 30 Parish Springfield, County Pottingcr, about 15 miles south- weit of Breez* Railway station ; 54,150,152 PariBh Warrah, County Buckland, about 7 to 8 miles from Quirindi. Areas:— ranging from 571 acres, tu 327J acres. Upset prices :— (including value of Crown improvements on some of the portions) from £L 5s. to £2 Is 3d per acre. Further particulars can be ob tained from the Land Agent, or Gazettes Nos. 38, and 85 of the 15th and 29th Janu ary, 1898, respectively. Terms :— 25 per cent, deposit, balance in 3 months. WILLIAM HOUSTON. 5a-125 Under Secretary for Lands mENDERS, addressed to the Clerk of JL Petty Sessions at Quirindi, and en dorsed 'Tender for Roadworlc ' will be re ceived up to noon on MONDAY, MARCH 15th next, for WORKS on the following ROADS. Contracts 39/97-8, Gunnedah via North bank of Namoi to Carroll ; 40...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The World's Whiles City. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

Tile World's Wliiicsf, rit.y.' : -- ,- Thorn cannot possilily he a- wjirter. '*'! city than Cadiz, unless it be built of snow. Tho host way to apjtrgacli tlierfioKt ... -; Jftjf.-i.t.iko a trip 'on one*' of the Small ' :stftainers which pl-y betwefrnthe, povts .-of- '«' ??*. Morocco ami Spain- - A* you rieni-.-tne '?'??'- : coast yhu see 4n front of - you a white \ ? mass which jyjpears to be floa.Xjng uponV ... the water, Jii^l -asT yqu are, £he first- ., thought of - foreigner 'is .that li^' is in ?., ' sight of. .in lcebei'8|.'' TheTwmte ; :mass,s, '.'?„ glittering in tl)e-suii'«ejid:.rtnflerea hiore ? a^f^iiiig Dy xne -rnue -sen -ana SKy7-.ioomr ,-;-. exactlyj like tt m'onfetei- ice mountain'' partly melted, so tlfal' outlines' ttf e&s*(es' v:' and hills appear opon-'1t' ; .tmt ' an^Sfor '. a^jseeond do(is-,$lie -Uluslon last,- foil -y mi'- ' '$ know there, are no Joebergs in. -that ;' l^ut.-.and you .ii^jiuickiy. Informed Jiiat ybxj Sri.' Ionking. at Cadiz. No, .' .othe...

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

D»/]nll» PUaaha The Fi.iest in the Market. Our £-OCtallcl 1/H66S6 Registered Brand is on every ?? ' Cheese. cS™»'d Bodalla Bacon ^1'.* '?rsrE.g''''''' Bodalla Hams PAIITlf.ll It having come to tho knowledge of the Bodalla Company that UrlU I lUrL cer-Bin ptr'ons are selling other Colonial Cheese under the name of BODALLA, the publi ? are requested to see that all Cheess Bold as BODALLA, BEAKS THE BRAND OF THE COMPANY. JOHN SHEAR WIN, 229 Sussex Street, Sydney. LOST, between Haydonton and klanrf ford, SIDE-SADDLE HORN. Finder please return to R. G STUART, Hay-l-inton Remarkable illusions have just been adilol to the Cyclorama in Sydney, in addition to the soul-stirring scenes ou the 20,000 cjunrc feet of Canvas, and realistic effects. Daphne fleeing from Apollo is changed into th-2 Laurel Tree before the Sjrectator's cyw and then into various bswildisrinp chan^ii-i, finally floating in the air and ascending into the clouds — a beautiful mystery. BALL AND SUPPER, IN aid of St. Joseph'...

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

? mis-iiu»-jitioMs. ? ?? .' ?Milton's 'Tomorrow to fresh woods and pastures new' is the most mis quoted quotation in English Hteraijire. -; -. :?- It is lnrtn-inorphosed into: ' To-nio'in-ow to fresh fields and pastures new' — ex- cellent Alliteration no doubt; 'but at Uie same time tautologous. The .famous Ittte from Nathaniel Lee's l-lay,. of ? . 'Alexander the Great,' ''When Greek joined Greek, then was the tug of war,' ' lifts itnssr-ii into provo.rl)lal use in the en- : » *ir«,lv diffol-onl form of '.' When, firoefc moe,te Greek, them comes the tug of ;- war ;' while Pope's 'A little learning is a ijangeiouR thing.' is the original form . . of. the much-used saying, .'A' little. '' knowledge is a dangerous thing.' JTlie.. . line, 'One touch of 'Nature maTies^he ; whole world kin,' is invariably quoted-' In -a sense far from Shakspeare's mind when' it was written. - The ; ' Tducli of Kature' in tlie .origi nal meaning was not Intended to convey the idc-a of something which natur...

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

A Most Distressing Case of Anaemia. A LADY WHOSE APPEABANOB SHOCKED HER FRIENDS. CUBED BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOB PALE PEOPLE. Having received information of a very rapid and complete cure effected by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, onr reporter waited on the late sufferer at her residence, 60 Vurong street, Sydney, to hear from ber own mouth an account of her illness. Mie. Johns is a pretty And vivacious young lady of about 25 years of age, and in answer tn the questions put to ber she said .— ' I hatt been very ill, but at present 1 am enjoying exsellent heaitb and spirits. Indeed I don't know that I have ever felt better in my life. 1 can safely say that 1 owe my satisfactory recovery entirely to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, The first cause of my illness was, I think, the worry and extra work caused by moving from place to pace, for I have been a great traveller during the last yaar or two. Any how, after my last journey 1 began to feel very low and depressed in spirits ; I could eat...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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BABY'S SECOND SWEETHEART. A WOOING NOT LONG A-DOING. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

BABY'S SECOND SWEETHEART. A WOOING NOT LONG A-DOING. . :;-f|wJE!'.oliooHe my diuucr for ine,' said the ? girl sSflr 'tlie yellow curls; and pick out Hie .-m/Jfltjiligestihle Diin^rs you can find, boouuse thtSis'tJiB first time I vo evor bcpu to a big dimaSr.JindTvo Kpt not to makemysclf nick, Aiin.EAfjuesays.' ? ? 'Pho mini -planned at tlio ineru nnd then looked at liis companion ; she was email, mill fluffy, and had a round faco with dimplesiu it. , ? i'rcsptitly bo smiled: ho was. a learned .(hail, and be had just taken in what she had said; hewonierod was shu. .veryVyouug or very old, this person' by hisjiidc.r ?..,'-, 'Oertninly l.vjH -diobsoyoui:-dintiBr,' ljo said. ? « lint must it really -bo. dj&«rtible? You look ton yomig, arijfl'^— '' : ;.. '?;* :: ?'.; 'You needn't lniud saying beaii|tfnl;' she said comfortably. 'I'm not 'k bit. modest : ?itk-myjlw-sptting *'»? A'niit AnneSsays bo. ?4 4iko to he called pretty.1 . ? ? VYon-ire a liMle cbei'ub,' exclaimed the iuiiu, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Market News. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

Market News. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. Wheat.— N.S.W., prime uew 4a to 4s Id. inferior new 3s 5d to 3s 9d. Chickwheat.— 2a lid to 3s 2d, screenings 2s 4d to 2s 6d. Flour.— N.S.W., £10 5s to £10 10s. Barley, — (jape, 3s Od to 3s Id. Bran. 7Jd to 7id ; pollard, 7(d to Sd. Chaff.— N.S.W. prime green £4 to £4 7s 6d ; medium from £3 2a 6d ; imported from £3 to £3 15s. Oaten Hay. — Prime raok, £1 5s; extra good, £4 7s 6d. to £4 12s 6d j medium from £3 5s. Lucerne Hay.— Hunter River prime netf, £2 ; medium £l 10s; inland in trusses, £2 7s 6d to £2 10s ; small bales, £2 12s 6d to £2 15s. Straw.— New South Wales bundle, £2 to £2 5s ; derrick £2 to £3 ; imported der riok, £2 5s. Oats.— Prime N. S. Wales feed 2s 6d, good 2s Sd, medium 2s 4d ; Tartarian seed, 2s 7d to 2s 8d. Maize.— Best new 3s 2d ; best old 3s 4d, ?rood 3s 3d. Potatoes-N.S.W., small and inferior from £3 3s, good £3 12s fid to £3 17s fid, prime, £4 to £4 7s 6d ; Tasmanian Circulars £5 to £5 6s; New Zealand Early Rose seed, £7. Oni...

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The CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROUGE A TALE OF THE REIGN TERROR CHAPTER XII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

'^BIbRSE [?] 'TAPTKU XII.-€oNTiNitKn. j'onr hoimf.' Muiiricc, on entering, woe much Biir - pricing nt meeting thn master tanner, wild had there conlfiirtiWy installed liim ?'?? seH; and was turnfiift over llie' niw« -??'? jitijicnr. All t?M wily .-ilnag lie 'tin -1 ques tioned tlw domestic, wh.i, of eouivo,' not . knoiring Itism.T, cnnld afford him no \ ,clc\v tn hi» ivciigiiitimi. On i^iiyiviug ) Dixmer, st-ip|H'.l nt tin- threshold --I the ] door, nnd blushed in ^pito, «[ liiinsclf. j DixniT smilingly nrusi-, and held .ml his hand. \ ?'WTuit nils you? nnd what- have vnu i n'riitcn to nw T h-* im)nired of rlic tohiik i nian. 'Indwil, ni.v ilnnr Mnm-ico, 'i fi.|.] ' .- Jt sensibly. You desicn.-iti- m' us a 'liiki' ? . warm and a false patriot.' No«'. fl.s ymi dan not miwat. these. aFCiifationK to my . face,, acknowledge you wish tiL.wcek a quarrel with ine.' 'I ?wilt avow- .anything you pWa^c, my* ?,. ,denr Dixmer, for you]1 conduct te.jiie has5' iMii al^fiys .beea that o[ o worthy ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROUGE. CHAPTER XIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

THE CHEVALIER de MAISON ROUGE. CHATTER Xin.— Continued. miMntiinc n-R will ^?e into the vault imd select mir owii . wiiies.' 'Mali' yourself iithoniP, cnqitnin, pray do.' . And tho widow, riumcnn began to nm with all httr Iniglit toward the lodge of tlio concierge, while the captain and thn chasseur, provided with ;i light, rais ed tho. tnip-dunr, '»d then dow-oudod in to tho cave. '(rood,' said Morand, after an instants, examination, 'tlio cave ndv.inoos in the ', ?lirrctinn of tin1 Hue Porte Foin. It is ! iiino or ten loot in uopm, ana tnoro is no brick-work.' 'What is tlio untune of the soil ?' in quired. Dixiner. 'Siind-stonps: it is nil niiiilo earth: thpso gJinlpiis have hoeii thrown into confusion, and then, raotored many times. There is no nxik in any iwrt.' 'lio quick !' cried Dixmer: 'I boar tho «alh)ts ofour vivamlioro: t.iko two hot tliw of wine, mid lot us go up.' They- lioth -Hppearfld nt tho onitranm of thc.'tiii]idoor'ns Mine. I'liimoan ..?ntor- od; raqifyiiig tho. i...

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Peculiar Action at Law. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

Peculiar Action at Law. A singular action was commenced in tbe Auckland Supreme Conrt on Monday. Miss Baker, a young lady, ib suing Dr. Arthur C. Purchas for £600 damages for personal in juries. It appears that the doctor was attending a patient in the hospital suffering from extensive burns, and was desirous of performing an operation of skin grafting if he could obtain anyone willing to give theirskin. The nlftintiff nn,1 turn ntVinra KnnMntAii fih« being under tbe impression that only a small piece of skin would be taken and that she wonld suffer little inconvenience. Instead, however, 62 Bquare inches were taken from her arm and leg while under chloroform, and she had to remain in the hospital for II days, The defence i« that the plaintiff voluntarily consented to give what skin was required.

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

Alderman John Norton. An election tn 611 an extraordinary vacancy in the Sydney City Council was held on Tuesday last. There were two candidates, Mr. John Norton, and Mr. T. H. Barlow. The former beat his opponent by 20 votes and was therefore elected.

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

Wallabadah. (From oub Correspondent.) The Secretary of the Wallabadah Progress Committee has received a letter from the Minister for Public Instructiop stating ttiRt the tender of Mr. J. A. Cambourne, for the erection of a new teacher's residence, and for repairs to the Public School at Walls badah, had been accepted, the price being £*5S. The residence is to be of weatherboard, and will contain seven rooms. The old school hansels to be pulled down, and tbe school building repaired and repainted. jne rosiniRBier-uenerBi u-n uiluiuivu me residents of Kangaroo Flat that he will al low the sum of £10 per annum if they can get the Post Office and tbe mail conveyed to Holly Mount for that sum, but in no case will be allow more than the amount stated. Two liorse teams passed through yesterday, loaded ivitb nine tons of wool from Manilla. Tbe carriers slate that grass is growing abundantly all nlong tbe route The Weeleyan Church services, which have been held here every Sunday night for tb...

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That Municipal Endowment. Counsel's Opinion Obtained. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 5 March 1898

That Municipal Endow ment. Counsel's Opinion Obtained. The Municipal Association of New South Wales has obtained the opinion of Dr. K. M. 81y on the mnch-talked-of question of Mr. G. H. Reid's promise of 2s 6d in the £ to municipalities as a special endowment, and the likelihood of the local bodies' chance of obtaining thr money. The following are a couple of extracts from the learned coun sel's opinion on the rights of municipal coun cils to recover amounts due under the Con ?niidfLtad R*ff«nna fKVnnwilnnl ftMtit-1 Hill «ff 1807: 'In my opinion the Act does not create any debt from Government of New South Wales to the various municipalities, and that auch municipalities cannot recover tbe amounts which would be payable to them under such Act. I am therefore of opinion that there is no legislative means whereby the municipalities van obtain pay ment of money voted ; and that the muni _ cipal councils cannot 'take steps to compel the Treasurer to apply for the Governor's warrant to p...

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

' The Old Enemy Has now NO TERRORS.' 'Two Years* Indigestion.' ' Almost went Blind in the Street.' HE USED CLEMENTS TONIC Hope Dawned. He was Cured. Mr. D. Lainff, Graham-street, Albert Park, Victoria, writes on.May 8th, 1896 :— I suffered from indigestion for over two yean, and after try ing all aorta of medicines without improve ment I gave it up, and felt Bore my case was hopeless. However, a friend persuaded me to try Clements Tonic I did so, and the first bottle did me so much good that hope dawned, and I tried two more bottles, tne result being that I am now thoroughly well, can eat well, have gained flesh, and always feel in excellent spirits. My sy mptome were — severe headaches daily, sometimes going almost blind in the street, liver complications being very serious, no heart f ? r business, get ting little rest from sleep. This happened about two yean ago, but I have continued so well all this time that I am now not afraid tbe old enemy will return. I know of two cues wher...

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

Murrurandi Hospital. The usual monthly meeting of tbe Com mittee of the Murrurundi Hospital was held in the Committee Room on Tuesday evening, when there were present Messrs. A. Busby C Vice-President, in tbe chair), B. K. Home. r. W. Brodie, B. Simson. H. Stephenion, and W. S. Ooard (Hon. Secretary). The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COBBESP0N»ENCE. A letter was received from the Secretary of the Railway Sick and Accident Fund, en closing 6b 6d in payment for tbe three days which David Wood, a member of the As sociation, was in the hospital, ami also a cheque for £3 7s 6d, being tot amount of the bonus declared by tbe association. The Agent' for the Cnrator of Intestate Estates forwarded a cheque for £8 for ex penses incurred by the Hoepital Committee in the treatment and burial of the late John Burns. XEPOBTS. The reports of the Medical Officrr and Visiting Committee were received on the motion of Mr. Simson, seconded by Mr. Stephenson. The Medical Offic...

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Useless Hoarding. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 12 March 1898

Useless Hoarding. The temptation to hoard is not con fined to that claps of beings picturesquely ilesciibed as misers ; it assails women at 'every turn of their lives, and in cer tain directions rinds easy victims among men. Who does not know the emotion ?.vita which during periods devoted to Viouse-cleaning, when storerooms, attics, Jiid top shelves render up their bidden treasures, we discover gar^neptSSnaid aside, old boxes, parcets.-care&iHy-'tie^ ma prehistoric era, bundles., pi. patipr afid pamphlets yellowed and'dust-grijnWjl letters written.- by people- who have passed out vof- their : Jiyes. the flotsam anrl jetsam of years; .-Which belong to the category' of articles too good to be df'Strnyc-d. yet of no use to any one -on0 earth ? The familiar and well-known proverb, ' K£ejt a thing for seven years and you will ?TThfr-'a' use for it,'1 is re sponsible tor much at our stupid hoard ing : for tlie lumber and rubbish which cumber our shelves afford admirable lurking j...

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