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Fine Peaches. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 March 1898

Fine Peaches. During the week Mr, Henry Hall, til BraeBeld, very kindly sent to this office & «cmple of Italian peaches grown by him at Braefield. Without doubt the sample sent ?oi JB prooT of whatiia-n be done in the way «f growing stone frnit in this ifislnct with proper care -and Attention. The tiuit averag ed 6Joz in freight each, measured 9 inches in circumference, were beautifully colored, and the flesh was of a moBt delicious flavor. Tslien' altogether they were the finest speci mens ot peach we have seen 1Mb season,

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

Late Advertisements. FOR SALE, 3 Young Jersey Bulls killT to Serve, by Jersey Prince, Four -C . Guineas per* head. *See pedigrees. ?JOHN TAYLOR, Glenalvon. s-ar. chesoxcghe: LAND AGENCY. THE undersigned, having Established a Land Agency at -St. licorge, Queens land, is in a position to furni h valuable and reliable information in respect of Land available for Settlement, and to undertake business connected with the preparation and lodging of Applications, etc The new Land Act of Queensland which is now coming into operation is exceedingly liberal, giving cheap land and assisting bona fide settlement J. J. has had many years' experience as Land Agent, and Clients may rely upon their interests receiving his prompt and best attention. JAMES JUCHAU, Land Agent, St. George.

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

Acquittal. At the Singleton Quarter Sessions on Wed nesday James Bridge, jun., appeared charged with that he, on the 2nd day of November, 1887, in the court of Quarter Sessions, at llunurundi, did wilfully make on oath n false statement in Ilic trinl of one John Bridcre on a chares of sheen ctealin?. the accused knowing the said statement to be false, The accused pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. E. W, Thompson. After hearing the evidence the jury returned a verdict of not guilty, and the accused was thereupon discharged'. His Honor said that accused left (he court without a blemish upon his ciia:arter, and it seemed bard that he should have hern charged with perjury under the circumstances. It was the fullest and fairest acquittal he had heard for Gome «me.

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

London Wool Sates. The seoond series of colonial wool sale* opened in London on Tuesday evening. Prices were irregular. Merino were firmer, but the l-a-k of crossbreds was lower. Messrs. ? Uasinn and Ronald, Balme and Co., and J acorn b, Son, and V-- , otiered cata logues aggregating 10,323 bales, comprising an excellent selection. There was a large attendants of home and Continental buyers, but ouly if few American houses were repre sented. The pries fur meriuos were from tar to 5 per c tnt. above the closing rates of the February sales ; faultiea and scoured showed the greatest rise. Medium and low crossbrels were from pur to 5 per cent, lower, finest crossbreds being 5 |i« cent. higher.

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

Athletic Sports. We wouM direct nttention to the pro gramme of the athletic sports to be held at Kooney's White Hort Hotel, on Saturday, 9th April, which appears in our business columns.

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

Rev. W. C. Bates. A telegram from Temora states that the Rev. W. C. Bates, incumbent of St. Paul's Church of England, Temora, is resigning the   charge, owing to ill health, and is proceeding to New Zealand. The Rev. gentleman will be remembered by many residents of this   district, having some years back been curate to the Rev. W. Marshall, at St. Paul's Church, Murrurundi.

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

Death. We regret to have to record the death of another old resident of this town, in the per- son of Mrs. Scholes, widow of the late Mr. J. Scholes, and a sister of the late Mr. Frederick Young. For some time past Mrs. Scholes has been suffering from dropsy, and   her death was, therefore, not unexpected. She breathed her last about 12.30 a.m. on Friday morning, at the age of 52 years.  

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russian Games. Odd Merrymaking That Sometimes Ends in Marriages. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 March 1898

«nssinn Games. Odd Merrymaking That Sometimes Ends in Marriages. In ? some parts of IRussi.x a. queer ptn-nie is still played .it Christmas time whirli Jias nnicli to do with tho future life of tilie parti dp nuts. Some promi n«nt ' liovson in Che village announces Mini 13io annual merrymaking will ha Jielfl at .his house. On Hip * appointed -1ay flio young 1110.11 and women hasten to -his house. tiii»iy» flv-» fionsra and sraiuns and daiiws, hut ithoy arc simply a proluiio ?to the more import-nit, business of tlie day. When the rime -?omes the hostess leads all (ilie {rirls dnto oue room. wHiere they seat t'liftinselves on the heneJies. Lnuff.uing and eliatlering:, they are each promptly muffled in winding slheets by the liostess. The head and hair and . form are jseeurely covered, and when she is done' the giris resemble papooses. ' The young men draw dots, and oue by oue they enter tihe room where the muffl ed girls sit Helpless eo far as sight or 'touch goes. Hip puzzled 'Jover ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROVE. A TALE OF THE REIGN TERROR. CHAPTER XXI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 March 1898

[?] [?] CBAMER XXI.— Coxm-riED. nnd nlso that he had afforded ever so liput a gratification i to the unhappy prisoner. 'Oh, yes, yes 1' said Genevieve: 'and were I to lire for a thousand yeans 1 ebould never forget her.' 'And what do. you think of her?' ; 'She is charming.' 'Asd you, Morand ?' Morand clasiied his hands, but made no : reply. ? ' 'Toll me,' paid Maurice, in a whisper, to Genevieve: 'it is the queen whom Mo- , rand worships?' j Genevieve started, but rocoveriuc herself t instantly, replied, smiTiniilv : j 'It renlly looks like it.'' | 'Ton have not yet told mo what To:u | think of her. Mormid.' iier-sisted Umiriee. I 'I thought her vi'ry jnile.' replied In;, j Mnurice retook thi1 arm of Genevieve to ' descend toward the court. In . 'ttic dnrk j etnireaee it seemed, tq him thntTpenerfevc I kiwecl hie hand. ' ' ''', ' f 'WTint does that menn. JJefiej-jWe ?' f 'It means.' Mauriee. that I slmll never , forpet Hint to (rratifV* whim of mine j yon have risked your life.' ] '...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Curtailing Meals. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 March 1898

Curtailing Meals. A doctor, after seventeen years' ox periem-e in going wiitihout breakfast, wrote a book of over :W pages ^ to ad vocate his plan for general adoption', aud .his theory fe Bhat tile'' digestive organs aw not fully awake andi ready for work until the person lias stirred about and the blood is circulating well. Others advise dispensing with tlie m«-u- da.v .meal on tflie ground that :w.uen the nerve forces are drawn to the brain in aetiive business affairs digestion as likely to fail for lack of nerve stimulus. .Others iwefer going without the. or-fli- ing meal. The fact is the. stoinauh 'has been a much-abused orgato. and there, are many ways of easing up on it, ne'i one of wuieh is rtio perfect- one fj-r everybody ; each. 3ias its fitness fjor, so.iuohod.y. The. over-fed bra in-workier, who 'dines- in 'Hie evening. «leops.:late, and gets up-.-wlth no appetite, may W^U breakfast- on a glass of water and an orange, postponing his first real meal tSH luuch rime : while...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pith and Point. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 March 1898

Mh and Point. The Scarborough people are talking of erecting. a great seawater bath. Incandescent lamps increase in effec tiveness during the first 80 or 100 hours of use, after which they slowly fade. It has been decided to alx-Hsh bis cuits from the French naval dietary. Bread made on board Is to be used- in future. Life-savers are now experimenting with a sheet-iron kite, designed to en able distressed ships to communicate with the shore. Tiie most accomplished of linguists was -MezzofantL At the time of his death lie is said to have been familiar with 114 languages. A movement is on foot to acquire' for the English nation Lord Leighton's house in Holland Park and the art treasures it contains. The chemical constituents of the mush room are almost identical with those of meat, a.nd it possesses the same nourishing properties. The last words of Kinpr Charles II. wvre, ' Don't let poor Nellie starve.' 'The poor Nellie' lie alluded to was his favourite, Nell Gwynne. Recent Austrian ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 March 1898

'LEADED!' * * * # » VERY ILL. Doctor's Attention. Sundry Medicines. No Benefit. FIRM BELIEVER In CLEMENTS TONIC » # * * * ADVISED A TRIAL. RESULT INCREDIBLE. AS WELL AS EVER. * # ?& * * Mr. Robert Thompson, Petersburg, S.A., writes on May 3rd, 1897: — I bave every reason to be thankful to Clements Tonic, it having cured me of lead poisoning and influenza. My case was 0.1 follows :— Six years ago, while working at Dry Creek Smelting Works. I became what i? called ' leadi-d.' This occurred three times. I wai very ill, and bad doctor's' attendance and medicine, all to no purpose. My wife, who is a firm believer in Clements Tonic, advised a trial, and the result was almost incredible, for after a proper c^urso of that excellent remedy, I was as well as ever, aud have not felt any of the eflects of lead DIUVtl -£&£W-IU) WUIIC tJUlIJIUl CU *IJ UlBUUIl Hill I had a m st severe attack of influenza. I again turned to my former friend, Clements Tonic, and once more it proved t...

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Cigarettes and Boys. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 March 1898

Cigarettes and Boys. I need nor. apologise. I i.hink (says Dr. Gordon Stabler), for again saying a word about ciga relic, .smoking, by boys. The miisdiief that the habit, is creating in lCngland is incalculable. There are all kinds iif lobscco-^good, bad. and very indifferent— but all sorts weaken the hearts and nerves of boys, and therefore by weakening the will power render them liable to fall into ?teinpiatious of every *™-t Something .lias got to be -done about it. and that soon,' else within the next, decode or or two. thoililli there will slnl! he vo'nHi iu this country, there will be precious little manliness, and our gaols and hospitals will requhx considerable en largement. A bill is -before the New York Semite -that will snake 1t a mis demeanour to sell adulterated or drugged cigarettes, or cigarettes of 'any kind, to children under 16 years of age. Why don't we follow this example V T-he Turks, who smoke constantly, are the most effeminate and vicious ' civi lised' natiio...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Send-off to Mr. Thomas Griffiths. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 March 1898

Seinf-off to Mr. Thomas Griffiths. On Saturdny evening last between 40 and 50 of the emplnyei s of the Railway Depart ment utitioned at Muriurundi met nt tbe Koytil Ho'el for the purpose of civii'R a send -off to Mr. Thomas Griffiths, who is ah ut to take a trip to the Old Country, to vi*it the home of his childhood in WnliB. The chair vn- occup:ed by Mr. G. E. Snron, who b»d on bis rijjbt the guest of the oven ing, and on his left Mr. Jnhu Johns, of Q.uiriiitii, an old friend and MloR-Oowusinan of Mr. Griffiths'. The Chairman, in opening the mee'iog. said that all present were awttre of the i.bjeut of the nipetins;. They 1'ad met there tha*. evening to bid adieu to their worthv friend and fellow workman, Mr. Thomas Griffiths, wlio was about, to pay a visit to his old home in Wales, in ord-rthathe iniuht once in- re sec his parfuts. Before the business of the evening was proceeded witb he had a couple ol'apoloaies to read, one fiom Mr. Thomp son, locomotive inspector, and one from M...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Depends Upon the Woman. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 March 1898

Depends Upon the Woman. As a rule, t-he -whole tone of a. home depends upon the woman at tiie head of it— 'the average home,., -not tlie poverty-stricken home. not1. the wealthy liome. -' In this average 'home, whether sunshine shall enter the rooms1, whether -!he drawing-room shall be used and enjoyed, wiipther 'the table shall lie Invitingly spread, whether- bright l'.ght and, bright fires shall give warmth' and cheer on winter nights— 'whether; iii brief, the home shaM be an agreeable or disagreeable place, is- usually what Hie woman determines. Men are power less iu the mat lei1. Some liud solace for a ilJsmal dionie in study ; some occupation in business. Some submit with what patience tihey . can. Other* are attracted by tlie cheer of thear chilis, aud it is especially youug men who are apt, in consequence, to drift into bad company and bad habits.

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The Baby Millionaire. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 March 1898

The Baby Millionaire. To be heir to a foftune of £5,000,000 sterling and yet to be unconscious of and even indifferent to this gilded future is suf ficiently remarkable to be chronicled. This fortunate and unconscious heir is the infsnt eon of the Duke and Duchess of Mariborough, who, among other future possessions, may rely on the i-Howing : A house at New port, Marble Hall, valued at £400,000 ; » house in Fifth Avenue, New York, worth £300,000 ; an estate at Oakdale, worth £150,000; a steam yacht, the 'Valiant,' worth £80,000 ; jew*li to the va:ue 01 £150,000 ; a fortune of £1.000,000 from hia moiher, in addition to the Marlborough pen ►ion of £4000 a. year, the Marlborough estates, and an unknown number of Vander bilt millions. In addition to t'eae fabuloni p s-osions he will inherit two titl -s a: Prince, one of Duke, one ef MarqDiss. -*-? ofEarl, and t*o of Bar-m. VYh; »oul utnftDg* places with the ' Marlboroogh' bauy V

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Woman's Ruse. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 March 1898

4 Woman's Itusc. A woman's quick wit makes her. when she has the confidence to hoi upon it. -a. v.ilTia'blo aid- iii an emergency. Some years ago. in tlie days when 'road agents' aborinded iii Montana', a woman was travelling by conch' lo join her hus band. One day a fellftw-passeuger said lo her. ' 1 have :\ -thousand -dollars in niv pockel-lionk; and feel uneasy about the mad ageuls. Would you mind con cealing it in your dress, and returning it 10 me at the iMiil of ibe journey ? If the I1ighw.1y.n1en do stop us. they are less likely to senivh you ilian me.' She acceded to his reqiiesl. hid Jhe money in her dress, and the stage drove on without meeting a road agent until evening, mien the .shout, 'Throw up your hands !' was heanl. The driver promptly pulled up. as four men on horseback.- with masked faces, appeared in the road and covered him with their pistols. Two of the highwaymen then rode to each side of the coach, and ordered the passengers to give up their arms, which they ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Housemaid's Trials. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 March 1898

A Housemaid's Trials. Miss Kate M'licarj, a Victorian young lady 19 yean of ape, up to her 16th birthday, re sided under the parental roof at Forest Creek Road, Caatlemaine. About three years ago she went to Melbourne, having obtained a position as bouse and parlor maid, She was not destined to lead a happy existence there however, for, though not strong before mak ing the change, she sooa fell a victim to great weakness, neuralgia and ansemia — truly a formidale tiio to combat. In con versation with our reporter she said. ' When 1 came to Melbourne, just after I hid passed my 16th birthday— three years ago last November — I thought the change would benefit my health, and ray appointment gavo me the opportunity of combining business with pleasure. ' I was in a situation at Brighton, and had the full benefit of (he sea air, yet ia less than three months I had to give it up.' '? In whnt manner were you affected T ' ' Principally in the head and nerve9. The lead unexpected noise would ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Home. The Standard of Motherhood. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 March 1898

Tlie Home. The Standard of Motherhood. Woman's peculiar opportunity for. ac- complishing a certain good work In this world Bias not 'been clearly seen nor adequately lived up to. The one possi bility which has been hej-s alone who ihas never thoroughly appreciated. The one. special function which 'the senti ment of tlie past (and much of the senti ment of tihe present) has seen lit to relegate to her as her only excuse for existence, she has not justified— that is, 10 orjng into ueing ana iuouki me. cuar aeter of the future race. Thar this, the ever present fact, has been so little an ideal, is proven in tlie types ol hu manity that exist to-day, and against which the cry is raised as violators of our social order. The importance of the mother's miss-ion, in its wide sig nificance, has certainly not been ival ised as it might be. aud as it could lie. All honour is due to those noble mothers whose sons have been tlie dynamic forces in history. The fact that there have been such is th...

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Federation. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 March 1898

Federation. In replying tn a deputation that waited upon Mm at the Albury Railway Station on Saturday last, Mr. Burton gave a lucid exposition of the proposed constitution, and said he was greatly gratified at tbe rec -gnitiuii giv- 11 to hit work. All those who wero in doubt on any point, he recom mend ii to read tbe b 11 itself, because if there ever w is a bill free from legal verbiage, it was the Constitution Bill, which was eo clear in character that it oould be easily understood by any intellgeot elector. He further contended tint tbe bill was absolute ly in liarmouy with the expressed democ.-a'ic will of the p.op'e, and it was quite in ac cord with the best traditions of responsible government. He poiuted out that the power of controlling Pailiauient was most cirefully vested in the people. Au adverse vote ia Parliament would compel the administration to resign at ouce, ir lake a vote of the people upon the question at issue. There was 110 pofsibi!i y of a orrupt Government s...

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