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Took It All. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

Took It All. A coach dog, the property of an Ame rican woman, one morning recently went to tho house of a neighbour. A pitcher containing a pint of mjlk was upon the strps, and thi- dopr Spot In.])ped the milk till it was Kfino. Then he took the iJitcliorin his month, and walked leisure ly to his homo, luv-s.-niins the pitcher to hi? mislreSK with a s.-ICsatisfiPi] air She refilled the- pitcher and carried it back to the ncifjliliour's bouse.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kipling as a Sailor. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

Kipling as a Sailor. When Rudyard Kipling- was 12 he went on a sea voyage with bis father. ' Tbp elder Kipling; became vury sea-Kick, and went below, leaving the youngster to himself. Presently there was a great commotion ovorhend, and one of the .skip's officers rushed down and hanRtil at Mr, -Kipling's door. ' Mr. Kipling.' ]\p called out-, 'your boy bas crawler! out on Ibe yard-arm, and if be lets go heir- drown.' ' Yes,' said Mr. Kiji ling\ glad to know that nothing: serious was- the matter, ''but he won't let go.'

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

Latest Cablegrams. Redter's Message. LONDON, Thpssoat. The hravy gales whiuh have prevailed In the Atlantic having moderated, the Spanish torpedo flotilla hat sailed from Cad.z for Cuba. Mr. G. W. Smalley, th« New York cor espondent of the Times state; that vorda of pca.-e -uro oftcnefit beard rora men known to be among President M'Kinley's trnsted ad viser*.. Reports from Madrid state that pub.io fetiing in that city is in favor of pease. * Remarkable demonstrations of good feel ing towards Great Britain are general in the United States. ' God Save the Qnr«n ' is sung in many «( the New York theatres. At tke -coufet«aoe ©{ the AwouM&ed Chambers of Comroerm it waB resolved to mrge the Government to press China, with a view to -obtaining a -concession for a railway from British Burtnah to the Upper Yangtse Kiang Valley. The Hon. T. A. Era'sey, treating at a meeting at Tunbridge Wells, -sard that Great Britain was well -able to meet -any two Powers, and could bold her own, eve...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Scotchman and the Capers. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

The Scotchman and the Capers. Among Hie items on the bill- of fare oC a -hotel in Scotland was bniled-Mnuttorr and caper . sauce. Sitting -at.r-a. tftbli? wire a nortbeni farmer. and. bis family, who selected this dish for their dolecla tion. .-The .caper saucp was served in .?* sa.uceboat in. the customary manner,. when, to uie surprise of several people Mtting nets-; the farmer, summonirtg' the waiter, said, in a stage whisper, at-tlie siftne time pointing- to the sauce, ' Young ninn. ye jist take that to your maister aiKl ask.Jiim if he thinks thore are' eunuch green .peas there for three pcnjile !' ,

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

Latest Telegrams. ReETKR'S V.KPBAOB. SYDNEY, Fbidav. The Government Agricultural Departm nt it impbrtiDg a unmberof aele^tfd cattle from the best heidB in England, to improve the -J»iry beids of the colony. Arraignments ire biting muie for distributing tlie p-ogeny throughoat the colony. The Federal Con'f ntion concluded its sit tingo yesterday. The delegate critieiteil the constitution, and for the most putt agreed to prei-s it upon the people. An tipreepion of opinion from Mr. Reid is »BXi'»**''ly looked ft r. Sir L. Dobeon, Chief Justice cf Tasmania, died yesterday, i-omewhat unexpectedly. Mr.' Corrigan, a shipowner, in his evidence fcefore tbo Works Committee, showed con clusively that the sea ronte o u'd compete successfully with the proposed North Coast railway. McLaren, the vrcH-knowneriekettT, wai married yesterday.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Serious Assault on a Farmer. FOUR TO ONE. THE ASSAILANTS ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

Serious Assault on a Farmer. FOUR TO ONE. THE ASSAILANTS ARRESTED. To be set upon by roughs and 'si'mont Idle led after going through nearly 60 years o life without accident to health or limb it onf of the hardest experiences we know ofe Such, though, was the fate of Mr. Geo Batchelor, a farmer on the Hortcn Kiver, N.S.IV, who at £9 years of age, just when his strength would prove most valuable, became tbe victim of tbe attacks of tnoBe enemies to life and limb — InEomnia, Nervone Debility, Despondency, and Intense Suffer ing. He was rescued, however, by Dr. Williams' Pink Pillu for Pale People. Our reporter, who found him plonghiug, obtain ed the following particulars : — ' 1 think,' said Mr. Batchelor, ' my case is one that should have all the publicity possible. I am sixty-five years of age, and have been resident in this district for about twelve years. Prior to my coming here, I had always enjoyed the best of health, and I bad been accustomed to work very hard. Abont six years ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

Dentistry. J. BealbvSmith, D.D.S., from London and America, of 482 and 4S4 George Street, Sydney, may be consumed Free at McNnlty's Hotel, Haydonton, monthly. Next visit, Thursday, 31st March, till' I p.m. Pain lets Extractions gnarauteed at 7s 6 i Flatter ing testimonials hare b^en 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. — Advt

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

Official Correspondence. Tlio following official letter has been cent to us by Mr. R. O. D. Fits-Gerald M.P , for publication — Department of Public Works. Sydney March ICtb 1893. Sm,— I am directed to acknowledge the re ceipt of your letter of the 8th instant, with enclosnre from Clerk of Works, Murrurundi, re culvert at Campbell's Creek, G. N. Road, and to inform you that a farther communica tion will shortly be made to yon, this boing merely an intimation tbat your letter has been received. I have etc., ROBT. HICKSON. Under Sec. and Com. for Road*. R. G. D. Fitz-GeraU-, Esq., M.P.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

Ji few Reasons why gjojfe'$ Sctinapps IS THE ONLY RELIABLE LIQUOR TO DRINK AT ALL SEASONS ? InrpillOC It hu stood the test . btbAUut of time. The leading spirit lor more than 10 jews. ^ O DEPAMOC ' '' recommended by 2. BECAUSE w2%j-£|5tiga to lt« purity. e O DTP* HOC Its biKT«t (Tcdenlial is 3. BECAUSE sjsgs-ai.oa e . ChuAUot itMiinuliteBdi; organs ol urination and Imwels to Tigoroue action. 0 5DCPAII0C It 1b entirely frc« from . DtuAUOC h»el oil and can, thtre lore, b* tvlied on as a tliorouglily pure spirit. TEE ONLY REAL

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Late Mr. Benjamin Richards. The Passing of a Great Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

The Late Mr. Benjamin Richards. The Passing; of a Great Man. On Saturday last, says the S. and S. Journal of the 8st instant, there died one of the greatest and grandest old men New South Wales ever saw. Mr. 'Ben' Richards was not only a well known man. bat he H'»9 a man who was loved, honored and respected wherever he was known. He was a Uawkesbury native, and that means that be was a well set-up man, for the early settlers were a strong hearty race, who lived in tbe open air and boys like 'lien' Richards grew up in the full vigour of a healthy manhood. The corn and pumpkinB of tbe Bawkesbury district are responsible for some of the best men we ever had in New South Wales. Young Ben grew np in an atmosphere of stock and produce, where men's lives were devoted to raising the best of everything, and it's a good atmosphere far a boy to live in. The Uawkesbury people supplied Sydney with its eatables ; with its stock and farm produce ; and young Ben soon showed that he was gifted with ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Frozen Meat Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

The Frozen Meat Trade. A recent cablegram announces that Mr. J. H. Geddes has formed a company in England to embark in the frozen meat trade. This should be one of our greatest industries, and every effort in the direction of putting the trade on its feet should be encouraged by everyone in the colony. Though the attempts hitherto made cannot be considered as wholly successful, so far as we are concerned, yet they have been . instrumental in teaching the expor ters what to avoid, and to a small extent they have had the satisfac tory result of securing a sale for some small portions of our surplus meat. One of the greatest difficulties to be overcome is the unreasoning prejudice of the British public, who, from motives which it seems impos sible to fathom, are imbued with an . antipathy to anything preserved in r the way of foodstufis. This feeling - ; has been from time to time inflamed by reports, originating from more or less irresponsible sources, of the f^__ injurious effects of...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

Concert. The conenrt in aid of St. Joseph's ; R. C. Cliuroh took jlace in the Odd- j fellows' Hall on Friday eve.iiug last, 1 and was a cUcidi'd 6ticcess, both music- : ally and financially. No trouble hod been spared by the cointniltee to ensure j success, and wilh this object m view I they secured the services of Mrs,, Miss, find the Masters Taylor, of Gonlbmu ; Mis. Cavill and Mr. Stevensou, of Muswellbrook ; aud Mr. Hicksou of Newcastle, all of whom were greatly appreciated by the uudienc?. The hail was well filled, and each of the performers were loudly applauded. The following ia the programme as rendorr-d :— Overture, ' Hungarin Fan tasie.' Miss Taylor ; song, ' Mignon ette,' Mr. Stevenson ; song, ?? Out on the Rocks ;' Mjbp Taylor ; violin duet, ' Maritana,' Misses F. and E. Long; song, 'When Spnrrows Build,' Mrs. Cavill ; song ' Xillarney.' Mrs. Taylor ; in response to a vociferous encore Mrs. Taylor gave an excellent rendering of Lover's old and well known ballad '? Barney...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General News. A Correction. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

Local and General News. A Correction. We desire to correct an error which crept into oar report of the Murrurundi Races which appeared in our last i-eoe. In our re port of t he last race on the second day, in the Forced Handicap, Mr. J. 'I. Holt's Li!tle -V under ie put down as second. This was an error, as Little Wonder did not start. It should have read : — Mr. J. C. Pragiiiey's b g Marshal, Sst 51b (F. SimrnODo), 1 ; Mr. W. Grecr'ab g A.L., 6st 71be, 2. These were the only horses that started in the race.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tragedy at Rookwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

Tragedy at Rookwood. A terrible double tragedy wbb perpetrated in the Roman Catholic section of the Necro polis at Hook wood early on Saturday morn ing last, the victims being Mr. William King, general manager of the cemetery, and his wife. About 7 a.m. on the date named, Borne persons in the vicinity of Mr. King's residence, it appears, beard reports of fire «rm» being discharged, hut no great impor tance was attacbtd to this at the time. A 1 ttle later, however, it was discovered that both Mr. King and bis wife bad been shot at several times, apparently with a revolver. Mr. King, when discovered, was found lying partially dressed at the rear of the house, and had apparently been dead for some time. The body was lying in a pool of blood, and had a bullet wound in the head, another In the arm, aud another in the back. An entrance was effected to the hous*, where Mrs. King was found Iyinc; in bed with three ballet wounds in her body. Two bullets had apparently struck her in the back ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

Municipal Council. The csnal for'.n:ghtly meeting of the Mar rurucdi Municipal Council, which should have been held on the ilth instant, Isp-eci owing to the want of a quornm, only the Mayer and Aldermen Piitchett, Juchau, aud Fithburn being present at the appointed hour. Read Washington H. Soul & Co's advertisement in our advertising columns. §

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Duke and the Small Boy. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

The Uukc and I lie Small Itoy. The. splendid park of the Duke of West minster, at Eaton Hail, close to Chester, is generously thrown open 10 the public. The drives are free luring ci-rtain 'hours to carriages aud cycles, as well as to pe destrians ; but it is well known that the Duke objects to persons going on the grass, and notices to this efitct are posted up in various conspicuous places. One day. a small boy, aged about 10,' the son of one of the Duke's tenants, was proceeding1 along the main avenue when lie saw a man on the grass. The youug sler boldly stepped up and called out : ' Come off that grass !' ' Why ?' was the reply. ' Because the Duke doesn't allow any body to go on.' ' And what if I won't come off ?' 'Then I'll make you,' said the little warrior valiantly. ' But suppose I am the Duke ?' The boy was not to be taken in. : ' You're not the Duke,' he said, '-an'- you'll have to come off, anyway.' The other got off obediently, and a.c-. companied the boy to the gate lo...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Railway Time Table. JULY, 1st, 1896 MURRURUNDI TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

Railway Time Table. JULY, 1st, 1896 MURRURU.VDI TO SYDNEY. The piesenger train leaves M-urrarundi at 1.40 p in. daily (Sunday ejrcen^edj, arriving atSiogleton 3 59 p.m., Newcastle C.7 p.m. and Sydney at 10 15 p.m. The mail train leaves at 4.3 a.m. -daily (Sunday rxcepted) arriving at Siaglet'in 0 2 a.m., Newcastle 7.38 a.m., and Sydney at 11 a.m The fares to each of the principal stations en rontc are as under? — I Siuglee Returns Holiday Stations EKcursiou 1c! 2ol lcl 2el lcl -2cl ad id ads d s d so Blandford I 30 7 13 11[ 1 ? 10 Wingen J2 UU«2 8,3 ! 24 Parkville.. 3 S 2 5 5 6 3 84 10 34 Scone ... 4 7 3 17 0 4 8 6 3 4 2 Aberdeen- 6 3 4 3| 9 9 0 6 8 6 5 9 Moswellbk 8 t), 5 3[tl 9 8 0 16 3 7(1 Smgleton.. 14 Or 0 321 0 U O 18 6 IS 6 iVVMaitld.19 8 13 #69 619 9 26 0 rT6 «j(thBtre'etJ9-9 13 3,29 920 026 3 17 9 B^Maitfcd.EO 0 13630 020 326 9 18 0 Hamilton.. 23 3 15 «'St 9 23 8 29 fl'l9 « Honeys'kle-23 6 15 6 35 3 23 3 29 S|I9 9 Newcastle 23 «i 15*35 3 23 9 31 3 210 Sydney ...'aa ft)23-6 ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

General News. Turkey lias undertaken to pay to Russia £750,000 of the war indemnity rccuived from Greece, A Japanese loan of £6,000,000 is, it ia reported, to he immediately placed on the London market. The Australian steeplechaser Etjor has l/prn purchased by Captain Lamp ion for 1200 guiuea'. The issue of ilie Chinese ioan of £16,000,000 hus hum postponed until Monday next, 21st instant. . Several Russian blue jackets have been^r/fstcd at SeUaBtopol for assault ing Mr. Cooke, the British Anting Oon itl art that place. It is reported that India will export 1,030.000 toBS«f *-tpat this year, of the value, approktwatt-ly, of £6,669,000. -V The »fc1)tllfoh'Tn tine PhiMipinwdiaB ' btvn renewed, principally in the jela-nd of Luzon. Reports from Jamrud, en tho north wratarn fronjtW of India, state that ihe remainder of the Afridis are sub mit'ing. ?Gwinj; to an epidemic of sickness in the Sunny Corner district, several public schools have been closed. The Transvaal CJo\ernmeiit is asking...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

AfiAil&inCDC Watches, Jewellery, ? OAUnUtKdj Silver-plate. Cutlery. SIB and 6i7 GEORGE ST. (Opp. XaSuay Station), SYDNEY. Illustrated yr j4$J^jb&MGSb§*jj}I£2£Bf^BIBEbB^ IUnrt finished, Full rapped EiiKuJiTnvrncs 10/- ~ 'strongest, rheapwt, nnibckt time kicper ever mwlo. Extra q'Ulity. £A, £410,-. £5. £8, £T £3. 3. *, '?'. 0 yearn' guarantee Silver limiting- Kry or Kcvlcss, £2, £2' 10;- Short wliwl Kf vie*, 7/8 and 12/8. Eiiprrkir -;asiity, 20/ Kiiuanlrcd. GoM 1 cvrts, £4, £G, to £20. Ditvct AijunU for Uollur. name Lena* , Yialiluin'f, ai;d Waierlrary st 25 p c. Idb ttwr. other houses. Solid Gold Chain, GiUKle or Double 2/1C /- 3K',3/iO/,4;/,4/G; B/'-f- Ji.'i S-olni Cold, E,1O/.6;/,6/iO»,7/.' 8/-/-, 10/-/- lure Silver, 10/-. 12/6. 15/-, i£V Brautifulljr cha«cd. Anv imnic or in.tial Be Solid Oold Bar, i|iiil* iw, 7/6 Ellin Strong, 10/- 16c. Hold liar, 15.'- 15c Gold Bar, 20/- Pure Silver lfcir, 3/6 latest 8j-le, 3 Ear. Garnet cr Ama- I tfa?(t,21/- I5c. Gold -as above),...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

[?] B. PASKINS, * Importer of all Irinds of Musical Instruments, PIANOFORTE AND ORGAN TUNER AND REPAIRER, SCONE. Agent for all the best and well-known makes of Pianos & Organs. AU kinds ef Repairs executed. Moderate Charges aad Best Woik. All correspondence and enquiries address^ ed to Scone will receive prompt a' tenlion. All parts of the district visited periodically. 2 GOOD BOORS . . FROM . . finthony - floflto's m. _*'»''? BOTH 2 Wo. 1. GENEBAL CATALOGUE 560 Pages. Profusely lllastrated. No. 2. Portfolio of Autumn ano Winter Fashions , . Orer 250 Sketches. POST FEEE ANYWHERE . . . H0RDERNS, Universal Providers, HAYMARKET OKLY, SYDNEY. 66 HUNTER STREET, and KELSOK ST8EET, PL0ITSBOB6 We aro Sole Proprietors of the Celebrated Cold Climate Ferndale Creamery Butter. Write or Call for Sample of our Teas. We do not give Ions credits with our Teas, and bo cm give much better value at -25 per cent, lean cot than any house, either in Newcastle or Sydney. Try us. PORE GOLDEN TIPPED...

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