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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

Llvi2L Curse! LOST NERVE POWER. LOST ENERGY. LOST MONEY. Paying for Medicine that did no good. RAPID and I? A/in\Tn«iT speedy Jttccovery DUE TO Clements Tonic. Says Mr. M. Johnston, Geelong, Victoria, who writes ou the 19th September, 1896 :- Those who h»ve never had a day's illne a cmnot know th» feeling of trratitude that permeates the system f one who, a'icrdajB, weeks and years of eickn-ss, ha- be^u re stored to strength aid vigor through the dis covery of one who liun used his brains for the purpose of restoring strength to tl-e sick. I was vup of these. For a considerable time I Xis troubled with extreme la«s turie. I thought it was nr.tning but lazin- as, and tried to work it off, hut it was of do avail. I be came extremely uervous and was frequently af ad of falling, my dizziness was so treat I dete-tei tbn s'git of -fund,. *nd could hardly digtst am thing, and was ultimately comp led to lie up,, all the uhle inking medicine, and carying out the doctor's orders. I lost we «h...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Alleged Suicide at Belltrees. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

Alleged Suicide at Belltrees. A telegram from 15-lltre^s states that a b ;uo'lary rid-r named William Clark shot bimstlf in the bear! with .-- ride about 4 u'.l 'fk on Tuesd«v moinu:g, durug a fit of temporary msanity.

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 — 2 April 1898

Partial Paralysis and Acute Indigestion. AN ASrODSDING AND MIB40UL0US CUBE BY Dr. WILU4M6' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. Tbe following is an absolutely true and concise account of the astounding cure of the vrell-kuown jockey, Mr. T. H. Lampard of IS Kisher-strect. Adelaide fS.A)., from acute chronic indigestion aud partial paralyElt through the use cf a ien- boxes of Dr. VVn iiame' Piuk Pills for Pale People. To train urs aud jockeys especially, and to the general public as well, this narrative will prove of NStounding beutfit and interest;— ' I liHve beeu a sufferer for years.' said Mr. Lampari daring the interview, '? with Chronic Indigestion, and internal injuries re ceived accidentally from horses. A bora: threw me heavily when I was about 16 years of age and 1 lay unconscious for six hours. I was carried hume to wlie e I was then living atK.ifit Wellington, South Australia, and for daje after was totally unable to more. I was again badly injured when riding the horse ' New babjl...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Wedding Journey. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

The Wcddiug Journey. The clerk at tlie middle desk was soon to be married, so the red-haired clerk to his left aud the bald-headed clerk i-- hif! right were doing all in their power to make Ills life unbearable. 'Are they going to take a wedding jimrney V asked the bald-headed clerk. ?? Not this time,' said the red-haired oue. ' Why not V 'No fund*!. He spent it all on candy and theatre tickets.' The clerk in tlie middle shifted un easily on his stool. 'That was foolish.' said the bald headed clerk. ' Oh, 1 don't know. He mighi not have got her otherwise.' 'What's the use of having her if he can't, carry her around sind show her off 7' 'He'll have the fun of knowing she's there.' ' Aud they're not even going to the Falls ?' ' Xot oven to the Falls.' The clerk in the middle raised his' head. ' I've bought a couple of bicycles,' he said quietly, 'aud we rather expect the falls to come to us.'

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway Time Table. JULY, [?]ST, 1890 MURRURUNDI TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

Railway Time Table JULY, 1st, 1890 MORRURUXDI TO SYDNEY. The passenger train leaves Mumirundi at 1.40 p m. daily (Sunday excepted), arriving at Singleton 359 p.m., Newcastle «.7 p.m. and Sydnf y at 10 15 p.m. The mail train leaves at 4.3 fum. daily (Sunday excepted) arriving at Sioglet'.in 6 2 a.m., Newcastle 7.30 a.m., and Sydney at It ».m The Cares to eaob of the principal stations en route nre as under : — I Singles tieturus I Holiday Stations * ! Excursion *\ IA got Id jiMl' »ct 3cl - : . B -d ,.: s d B d s d s d 8 d Blacdford 1 10 7i 1 3 111 I ?1 10 Wingcn ... 2 8 1 '(.] 4 0 2 8! 3 7 2 4 Parkvilli-.. 3 8 5 5; 5 U 8 4 W 3 4 Senna .. 4 73 1] 704 S6 342 Aberdeen. 6 3 4 3; 9 9 6 68 659 Muswellbk 8 0 5 3 II 3 8 O 10 3 '7 0 Singleton.. 14 019 321014 0 18 CI2C W. Maitld. 19 9113 329 8 19 9 26 0 17 6 High street 19 9 13 3 29320 026 3179 E. 'Maitl'd. 20 0 13 6.30 0 28 3 26 9 IS 0 Hamilton.. 23 3 15 C 34 9 23 3 29 9'!9 9 HnneysW23 €15 6 35323 329 9! 19 9 Newcastle |23 £ 15 i 35 .V2S 9 31...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

General News. ' Then; is great activity at the Hong kong navnl yards. Tlie anchorage is filled with British, German, American, «tud Russian ships. Alderman John Norton, wns last ?week snlcctfd liy tint Pliiliip Division Protectionist L'-aguc as their candidate at the next clcctiou. Whil« riding » raw Jtorse at Narrabri last we.ck, Mr. Roberta, manager for Cobb and Co., was thrown aa-l rcctfived an- injury to his spine. :^.f . The Porte suggests that Kara»beo -iori Pasha, formerly Governor of Crete; should again be appointed to the Governorship of the island. Tha four-masted barq-.io Glonfilas, which left Newcastle on October 6;h for Manilla, laden with coal, has been posted at Lloyds as missing. Terrific weather has prevailed in the Eisjlish Channel and the North Sea, Forty-five fishfrinpii havp Iichh drowned «lf the Lofoden Uands, Norway. At t-ho inquiry into the recent fire at Severn School, Glen Innes, the jury returned & verdict to the effect that the building was malici...

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 — 2 April 1898

A' ^ Aai5^Sf-PS»^t patches, Jewellery, „ 1&§A%M Vi UELrfeGg Silver-plate Cutlery. 818 and 817 GEORGE ST. (Opp. Arfuay Sta^, SYDNEY. Hand flMished, Full capi«:J English Lever, £3 10/- Si I nr.gret, dheapfrt, atirll!rattiraekpe|wrAvrn:vif. Eitmqiuiilv, £,*, £410'-. £5. £6, £7, £8. 8. 4, S, « s «»r»' pir.ranteo Silver IInnt!iij;K?.v or Kvjles, £.% £A 10/- Short Wind Kcj-Ie-e, 7/6 and 1I-6. Si:;i.-riof qua'-ii;.-, 1.0/ granted. GoM l.e«n=, £4. £5, ii £20. K™ A-toi.t-; fm- l:.-:h«. £-m'« Levers, WaltUiu's, aid Waterbary at 2: p c. Km tli-n oih-.r houses. Solid Gold Chain, Eintrlc or Duu'ulc 2/i~y 3/-/-,3,:O.:-, ?«/?/-, A, :-... B,-.;- ICC bcl:.l -JoU, 5;.L'/-.6//.,G11.0.-,7,-;. S;-,'-.:i;;-,- lurei.-ver, 10 -, IH'O, IS/-, iC.-- & AMY .*4fgjw{ lxautifully eha'ed. Any name or in tia' I-p. Solid Hold liar, ijiiiw now, 7B Exit S.ronj:, 10/- lie. --H-!il liar, 15/- Is* Cold JJar, 20/- Pure Silver Jlar, 3/6 Lf.trat Syle, 3 1'ir. fiat-net or Anw- ! thyst, 21/- 13c. Gold (as abov...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

figLi^rvA^TY x^AA 'JMA! A^vmvg^K A' f.\ ft ftp At »»Jjg» jf^St j» A! A' fl H V A'A' A'AL H&A! KAMHAWrt&iJiJl JiJifWilWl b. Raskins, Importer of all. Mnds of Musical Instruments, PIANOF3RTE AND ORGAN TUNER AND REPAIRER, scosrs. Agent for all tbe best and well-lmown makes of Pianos & Organs. All kinds of Repairs executed. Moderate Charges and Best Work. All correspondence and enquiries address ed to Scone will receive prompt attention. All parts of tUo district visited periodically. 2OO0D BOOKS . . FROM . . flnthony - flordern's Ate^GET BOTH! No. 1. GENERAL CATALOGUE 660 Page*. Pfofmely illustrated. No. 2. Portfolio of Autumn a«d Winter Fashions ... Oier 250 SkeJchM. POST 'FEE* ANYWHERE . .''. ANTHONY HORDERN'3, Universal Providers, HAVHARKET ONLY, SVmiEV. 'THE m&imtl PRIM fflES/ The Only Newspaper of Murrurundi District. /? ESTABLISHED 1872.1 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. ? y TER-US OF SUBSCRIPTION: Per Quarter, ittadvaooe, „, ... ,„ ... 3s ,. Booked .. .....

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Comic Cuttings. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

Comic Cuttings* Life Is worth living-— better than most J of us live It -. Insulted. — ' Did you refuse him be- ; cause Tie was so old ?' ' No ; because he said lie felt as if he had known me all his life.' ' . . ? .; ' What ? has Become of M'Stuttigan, who stammered so ?' ' He's giving dialect readings. Making a big iiit.' : ' Is this what I married you for '!' she waited as she helped him in at -I! a.m. 'Xo, m! dear,' be mumbled ; 'its what : I married you for.' ' She : ' This novelist writes of his heroine as a tall girl with becoming: l)londe hair.' .'tie.: ??' I suppose he means by that that she is -having it blenched.' What he Knew. — ' What do you know _ of the character of this man ?' was asked of a witness In the Tdok the other Jay. 'What do I know of his charac ter ? I know it to be unbleaehable,' he lx-plied with emphasis. . W-eary Willie : ' Lady, could I liev a diink uv dis water?' : Mis. Greene : 'Certainly. There's the pump, and there's the tumbler.' . Weary Willie (i...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Sir Henry Havelock-Allan. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

Sir Ilcnry Ilavelock-Allan. In Cassell's ' Heroes of Britain' ap pears the following description of Sir Henry Havelock-Allan's gallant feat :— ' Among those who accompanied Have lock during the Indian Mutiny was his son, tlie preseut Sir Henry Havelock Allan. He acted as Deputy Assistant Adjulnnt-tiener.-il. and throughout his career displayed courage worthy of so noble a warrior as his sire. In one en gagement, when near to Cawnpore, a 2-4-pouuder was being worked by the enemy with deadly effect, scattering death into the ranks of the 04th Itegi uient under the command of Major Sterling. A shell exploded and wounded the major's horse, and young Havelock, seeing him dismounted, aud that the moment was critical, placed himself at the head of the brave regiment, and, advancing immediately opposite the muzzle of the guu. amid a shower of shot and grape, steered steadily ou, followed by the noble corps, and the guu was seized. For this he received the Victoria Cross. General Havelock. i...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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SYDNEY FAT STOCK SALES. MONDAY'S MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

SYDNEY FAT STOCK SALES. Monday's Market. Sheep: 14.&25 w re yarded, the quality generally being medium to goort, with a pro portion of piimc. The maiiet opened to the usual attendance of buyers, including the SyJney Meat Company. Tue be (er classes were firm without alteration ; mid dling and inferior descriptions however, wcr« wtaker, more so towaKie the clo6e. Lambs had dull sale at low values. Prime crossbied wethers lls; extra 12s Id; [rood 9s ; prime crossbred ewes to fls ; good 7a ; prime merino withers to 9s Id; pood 7s to gi ; medium 4s Gil to -5s Gd ; best merino ewes 7s 3i ; medium 4s to Ss ; prime lambs 7s; coorlSs «'i CkIII- : 1203 entile ya'diil, -comprising about 420fri.ut noith. 360 from west. 40 frcm «oiitlk, ami 360 froni Queensland, the quality gen- raiiy uem£ inir, ivitn ?& spnni;;mg or prime The maiket opened to a good attend ant of buyers, and although com)ieiition was fairly brisk throughout, there was no noticeable altciati. in on Thursday's re...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Large Eagle Hawk. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

A Large Eagle Hawk. We l«ne been shown by Mr. A. Alford.of this towu. the skin of an eajrle ban k shot on Mr. D. Haikiu's tun at Aui-leu. Tho specimen is the largest of the kind we hare si-en, m-_;tfcuring seven feet from tip to tip of the wiutt.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

?Pho Nonliein Joiikfj- Oiub losl £24 17s 6d over iheir last lire niueti.ig. 1'he aiuual ( race ni«eijrii,' «ill be licld in August nt Kutberfoni A bill will be introduced to Parliament next si'fiBions i:i ce.nnection with the scheme to provide n fund for the relief of distress ] cnnsed by mininL' accidents ]

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Cottage Hospital for Quirindi. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

Cottage Hospital for Quirindi. A public meeting is a^nounc-il to be held at tlie Oouucil Chambers, Quirindi, at 8 o'uloek ou 'onday evening ne;t, for the purpose -.f taking into consideration the uigeut uttd of a Cottage Hospital at Quii'iudi.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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The Mystery of Sea-Cliff Towers. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CHAPTER XXVII. THE EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

IDe isten et Sua-if! Towers. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) By J. D. HENNESSEY, Author of '-The Dis-Honour»lle,' ' W-n- nam,' ' An Australian 'ush Track,' Gunnery of Cliorcli OoDse~t,' etc. CHAPTER XXVII. The Evidence. Ou being eworn, George Beccham gave evidence of certain facts sub stantiating the general result of the inquiry on the supposed suicide of the deceased. He identified the male prisoner, wbo had made himself very prominent in the matter of the sup posed suicide, and at the time was re- ? puted to be interested personally in the j late Raymond Ballentynt'a de itb. | The defence allowed Ibis vvitness to , pass out of the box without putting : any questiou in cross-examination. , Al. this stRRe a number of documents were put in as extubita. among which was (be unsigned will, said to be in the handwriting of tbe decenstd. ' May I ask ynur Honor,' said BarriRler Jones, Q.C.. ' what this document has to do with my clients? Before it can be admitted as evidence it mast certainly be i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

Eucalyptus in Influenza. Tbe followingajpeared in the Bonier Pott, Albnry, during tie last epidemic ol InfluenM iu that town (14th December, Ib97). A ; qualified Medical Practitioner wiiles: — ; ' Having resd about the epidemic outbreak i of influenza in your city, I with to state my i exporietc* with tl at mal dv, and lea-e it to the public whether they wish to avail til tin- I selves of the icuitdy I am uuing to sugeest or | not. Daring the 1 st epidemic of influerz* - in L ndon I wns eugnged as medical office r ; in St. Mary's Hi.s.'ital, Paddington. and I during the tliort tiirer listed treated a con siderable number of patituts, Cmiiag that especially tbe mrvous symptoms such as headache, extreme weak less, rtdtlesutts, etc., wcie creately improved by the following medical treatment :-I had an ordinary wide-mouthed maqucsia bottle tilled with boiling water, and poured upon this 20 to 30 -lroi s of extract of Eucalyptus, and made the pniient inhale the vapour thus produced as lo...

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"The Australian Handbook." [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

'The Australian Handbook.1' We have received from the publishers, Messrs. Gordon and Gutcb, a copy of the ' Australian Handbook, and Directory aud Busin- ks Guide for 1S9S.' This publication is in its 29th year of issue, and contains among other mutter calendar of notable events, mail tables showing arrivals auJ dc: artures of AustrjU'-ian mails, Brin'sh Customs' tariff, ijOEtal legulaious, publ-e amusements, pub lic cifSues, etc., d^tai'scoQeeriiii/gemigratiun to the Australian colonies, mining and land l-eiiula'ions, telegraphic and postal uriange Mients bftwee ? Groat Britaiu aud Australia, a*i historic. I de.'er ptiv« a -conn', and stat'S tied i.. formation Te:-pei-t1i-g each colony, in clui'ini; Fiji and New Guinea, also a gazrt teer of the principal towns in Australia and New Zealand. The ; ublication has 'i-en carefully revised a»d brought up to date, aud he whole is got up in liiBt-c-Visa 6^1 , i and should (Jtove iuvsluable to thos-- at home who have business iie^lings or a...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Sudden Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

Sudden Death. A pecu iar -a e of su 'den death is report ed from South Brukeu Hill. It appears that a carpei. ter mmed Joseph Tliompson, about 50 yea™ of age, who was emploxed un the new p ist office build nits at that place, oeaBi-d work at noon on Mni'day for dinner. He »at diK-n on the b ck verandah to eat ha m-al, and -m tbe r sumption of work at 1 n'cl c- th loremtL uoti; d h m still sitting t'-.e' . He went nver to him when be 'ound the man urn; t-sci u-, aud to all appearances in i lit. EfiF rto it- bring l-im to proving froi lc *, a ms'lieal toau who was passing was chIIciI, ami he on examine iou pronoun* ced life to be estiuot.

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Church Services. Church of England. Palm Sunday, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

Church Services. Church of England. Palm Sunday, April 3. S. Pauls, MnK-«nuNni. Divine Sei vice 11 a.in. ;U.«.)aud 7.30 p.m. S. LPKK's. HLA^DFOKO. Diviui Service 3 p. in. H, A. .VOOUD, B.A., Rector. Wesleyaa. Servioee will he held on Sunday, 3rd April, as un.ler; — vl riiiiund , I ! a. in. and T.OT p.')i Q Tuidi, 1 1 a in. aail 7.30 p »?_ W llabada^ 8 n-m. G. A. R K»-'E. Presbyterian. ???-vices will be iiuld a under . — 3rd April— Qiiirindi, 11 a. in. a d 7.30 p. m. : Castlem. untuiu, - p.m. lt'th April — 'luxuru- di, 11 a. in. aud 7 ?'' ' p.m. Kev. ,1AM i:S DAVI SOS. lie 'istcrel lo Ci-lubmte Slariiiyes and j Ba tisni3. I

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Mattland Circuit Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

Maitland Circuit Court. T'h Maitla d -.'iicuit Court openei 'in Tuesday hefoie Mr. Ju!-ti-:e. Step'.en. George Petersvii, siilir, chiirgcd wirb Wou din with intent 10 mnrdur scuior constable Hnle . . f West Maitl&uit, was fom.J guilty 'f mali ciously wounding, ai.d senten ed to Ho ye»r-' hard ab ,r. William Beli pleaded guilty to a char*'! «f forgery a.'.d uttering, and wiissenteuc d :o 12 av nth ' hard labor uude th-Fis Off--- -ere Ac'. Blw rd lil fod (on comiii'itnl fiom the --iugle;»n Be c ) . lendei guilty 10 horse-n la'ing, aa ? rec ivid 12 mon Its' imprisonment H^-uri Maurice, charge ui'h stealing, was acquit ted an 1 Gco. -V ilk ins .vaealso acquitted ou n charge 'f stealing. Erne-t KUunao, Syd ney Stani»lau- K -sey, and P icy Krnrat Bux'un w. re chained with b taking nod . n t rii'g. Hiinnon an-i Kees-j were lound not guilty, ami Boxt.n was SH-iU'nc-d to six muiitliB, uudef the First Offenders Act.

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