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Market News. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898
ISarket fflews. SYDNEY PRODUCU MARKET. Wheat.— N.S.W., inferior new 3a 4d. Cbickwheat.— 2s (id to2s lOd, scrceDinus 2s 4d to 2s 7d. I'Uur.— N.S.W.. £IOto£)0 17« 0.7, best; brands £10 10s, old £U, inferior £0 17s 6d. ! Bin-ley.— Cape, 2s Od to 2s I Id. ' Bran, 7id ; pollard, 8d. Chall'.— Jf.S. \V. piinie green £3 15- to £4 2s Gd ; medium from £2 lus ; imuoi'teil £2 Ina 'o £3 15s. Oaten Hay.— Prime rack, £3 15s to £4 j medium from £3 5s ; chaffing £2 15s to £'i Lucerne Hay. —Hunter River prime new, £2 ; medium £1 12s 6d ; inland in trusses £2 2s Gd to £2 5u ; small bales, £2 7s (id to £2 12s 6d Straw. —NW South Wules bundle, £1 15s to £2 ; derrick £2 to £2 K's ; imported der rick, £1 17s Oil to £-2. Oats.— Prime N. S. Wales feed 2s 5d, ( I ood 2s 4;i, medium 2s 3d ; Tartarian seed, [ 2s 7d. Maine.— Good 2s 6d. Potatoes- -K.S.VV., £5 Ss to £5 )7s 6dj Tasmaiiian Circulars, £7. Onions. —Port Arlington, £5 15s to £6 5s ; New Zealand, £6 10s to £6 15a ; pickling, £4 10s to £4 15s. Cheese.—...
MAINLAND StOCK SALES MONDAYS MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898
MAI I'LAND STOCK SALKS Mondays MAUKtsr. Fat cattle were in fairly large supply, tie bulk of tbe consignments cons:stirg of lows, ranging from medium to prime. Competi tion for bullocks wa« Retire, the values realisi-d being well equal to late rates. Cows elicited ar. active demand, and sold at a slight advance -m last Thursday's quotations. B.sfbiillocfcs £4 4s to £4' 10s; good £3 15s to £4 ; medium £2 12s Gd to £3 10s; lisht and inferior £2 2s to £2 10s ; best co»s £4 to £1 16s ; £co-\ £3 5s to £3 17s; medium £2 10s to £:-i ; heif-rf £1 ISs to £2 12s. Fat calri'S penned in faiiiy large supply. There was an active demand, and late rates were well maintained. Best vealera 41s : goad 36s to 36s Gd ; medium and others from 12s (id. Fat ehcep in large supply, nnd demand for piime ehtep very brisk ; all others nther dull of sale Best crossbred wethers 9s 3d to 10s : er«od 8s Gd to 8s Od : ewes Ca Cd tu Si 3d ; best meiiin, wethers Cs 6d to 8s ; eond 5s to Gs 2d ; ewes 6s to 6a; lambs 6s ...
Druids' Gala. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898
Druids' Gala. The attention of onr r-a(lers is direct' d to ; the ftitvfi.tisemout of the 29th. Anonal Druids' Galr-. fr -m which it will be seen thai; ] -so Uan tii*:i £.153 was distributed annngJt [ N.S.W. Cliaiities from the sale of tickets last 5 ear. Tns Commiiteo hipn thai they j will be enabled to treat our clia iti s equnlly as liberally ttiia year, and the Secretary in dulges iu the pious br.pa ibat o.'e of the N.S.W. patrons- will carry tff first prze, value £1000 for the shilling ticket. It is more thau likely Mr. Brenan shows the same a. loitude for tho patrons in otl.er Colonies, to that be, at any rate, is not likely to be disappointed. The dinning is to take place on April 23rd, so that if cur readers wish to invest a shilling or two, they fchould do so without any delay.
New Railway Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898
New Railway Time-Table. . A iiew tini--!aije will cum- 'iit- '(? la in ; on the r«ilwsv f'-mi o-inunow. Tile ! principal alterations from the existing time- ' table is in the running of the northern mai tra;n?. The d wn train wi!llea\e Sjdncy at b. 15 p.m. as at prr«ent, but it v.- II be al tered in'.ci mediately from NewcaBtl-, read ing Jennings at 11.55 a.m. instead of 11.30 a.:n. The train from Jennings will ltave there at 6.45 p.m. instead of G. 15 p.m , a- at present, and will arrive at Sydney at 11 40 a.m. instead of 11 a. m. The day train now leaving Sydney for Tamworth at 9 a.in. will leave at 9.5 a.m., and the train from Tain worth will have there at 10 30 a.m. instead of 10.50, will not call at sra ions between Victoria-ttreet and Hamilton inclusive, aud will be accelerated to reach Sydney ut 9 45 p.m. instead of 10.15 p.m. The 'following will b« the limes of departure (mm Murru rundi : — Ma'l train, to Bnshane, 1.50 a. w. : to Sydney, 4.29 a. in. Pas-ent.er tr ;io, to &am...
Death of Mr. G. A. Cooke. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898
Death of Mr. G. A. Cooke. One by one the old r-s dent- of Hie town aty being removed by th? relented i-aml ol death. It is nur painful du;y to record -his week the death --l another olJ identity io the person of Mr. G. A. Cojke, monumental maeou, of this town. For some years past Mr. C'onkr has bc-n gradually (jetting mor feeble, aud f ? r the pa?t two months ho has been brtaking up fabt. On Monday last -ie was removed to the ho pit*1, wh^re he breathed hislast early on Thursday tuurnin.. Deceased nas in fcie 77th year. Read Washington H. Soul & Co's advertisement in our advertising columns, f
Rules for Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898
Rules for Small Debts Court. A new 6et of rules fur be Kui-.iance °f Small ebts Courts ctne into operation from 1st Apri1. The^e provide for the filing of plaints with the Registrar not less than eight clear days, sud service of summons not 1-s* than five clear dayx before the sitting. Upon uffidivit brim; tile4 with thi Kc^istrar that a deb or is about to leave the ditrict to evade payment, th« registrar may issue a tuinmous 10 cie'eud nt, made ??eiunialile at any time, provided that it be served 24 hours ln-lore the time of return A tiuumons can I'- made returnable a', a: y si' tiug -f the court within two inou he alter date of issue of bucli suuiQious. Particulars of defence must he filed three clear da\ « before the sit ting, aud plaintiff nn-t rtceive copy two clear da\ a before. Mouny must be paid in to coun three clear d»ys before the b««riug, nith cos's, and a notice served on plaiutiff two clear liajs before. My pastry is nice, 1 assure you, because never I buy Baking Powde...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898
The Erening Afire, Sydney, eays in regard to the application of Eucalyptus in in fluenza : — ?' We have to exercise caution to get an article freed of its astringent constit uents or rise it «ill prevent the txcrttion of of the disease producing gerrr.s. A prei ar a iou knowji as Sander & Sous Eucal pt- Kxtt'occ wa- tumid 10 he tbe only reh'iid one, and prov. d to be possesse I of the high est germ-kill ng qualities.'' Mr. H. H. Hart, New York, pays :— ' It Goes without siying that Sander & Son6 Kucalypti Ext' act is tbe bist in th? market. It s au excellent 1 cal application in inflam mation of mucus membranes and will cure iuUueuzi, diarrhcea, riiprnhera, inf.ctioua fevers, etc.' lu^i-t ? n getting Samlcr & Sou's Eucalypti Ex'ract, or eUe you will be supplied with worthless oils.
Not Even if it Cost Twenty Shillings. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898
Not Even if it Cost Twenty Shillings. A notable percentage — about one third. I think— of the power of a steam engine is used up in orer-enminp the friction of its owii pnrU. Hence inventors are constantly testi'ip devices to reduce frietion. Yet thejf can nev*-r overcome it; aii.l tb-1 rcsistancB created by it represents power (nnd htnee exppnse also) sbs'ilutt'ly lust. Now the human boily is a mncbine pro pelleii by heat, exactly a* an engine is ; and anything that retards it ni&.v be concidored ahfiiciion. Very por-d, then You have noticed preat differences in your own vigour. Some days yuu woik easily, and on others with difficulty. This is so whether yon are chiefly a muscle worker it a hrain- worker ; or a mixture of bo'b — is most people arc. Occasionally you lire able tn 'io inoie work in a day than at other times you c.ir- do in lliree. It is (lie odds between WBlkiiiK on smooth, hard li-vel grournl und diagiinf yourself uphill throuph wet clay. What wouldn't lawyer...
Short Story. The Fortune of Fullwood. A Comparatively True Ghost Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898
Short Story. The Fortune of Fullwood. A Comparatively True «host Story. Although I bear the common aud somewhat plebeian uaiue of John Smith, I cau, through my mother's family, reckon kith aud kin with half the noble houses of Scotland, and boast that near a score of my ancestors have ' kissed the maiden,' or been hanged, drawn, aud quartered after the good old styje 01 putting tue closure ou in cited politicians.' Those of my readers who are themselves of ancient linkage may, therefore, appreciate the feelings with which I found myself last spring, j for the first time as I then thought, under my ancestral roof. I had been summoned to Fullwood House by Sir ' Francis Fleming of that ilk, to whom I stand in the relatiousliip of third cousin once removed. Fullwood House, a very romautiic old place Situated ou the left bauk .of the Cl.v-le, not far from the . uppermost ca'taract, eame quite up to my notion of what tlio home of such a family as ours should be. It is true that, Sir Franc...
Two Stories or the Late Shall. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898
Two Stories or (lie Late Shah. 'Persia ltevisitod.' a book by Gener al Sir T. E. Gordon, formerly Military Attache to tlie British legation at Te heran, tells one or two amusing stories of the late Shah, who, it appears, bad a good de.il of quiet appreciation of a ioke. At the Xauroz Court reception of the Corps Diplomatique all tlie Lega tions, headed by the Turkish Embassy, were ranged iu a semi-circle in front of tlie Shah, and after the congratulatory address was delivered by the Sultan's. Ambassador, his Majesty advanced and walked round slowly, pausing to say a few words to each Minister. His lace lit. up with animation when he spoke to one whom he knew to be able to reply in the Persian tongue. On one occasion, after speaking with the Ottoman Am bassador, wlio is always a Persiau liu guist (Persian beiug an obligatory sub ject of qualification for the Teheran post), he passed on to a 'Minister who was a good Persian scholar. Further on he found an equally well-qualified collo...
The International Situation. Affairs in the East. LONDON, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898
The International Situa tion. Affairs in the East. (Bv Caulb ) 1/OKUiiN, Maich 26. l he Brit-sh Cahiitet net hurriedly ,,n Fri .-ay. I' is believed that llussia and China have agreed to fitiivnt Orcat liritaiu from scquir i«S the pnit of Wei-hai-wei (now occupied by Japan pending the payment of tbe war inck-inbitj-), snd tlmt Uu.'sia undertakes t-j protect Chiua frgm tie BcitiEh. LoKUON, MiL-ch 27. Tlie Times in dealing with the situation in China, asserts that Lord Salisbury's ''ajilli tina has nss'bt«d the rivals of Great Britain tneff-cta political and economic reiolntloa in Chiua. It co:.teuds that it- is imperati-ely neoefsary on tie part of England to re- stab* li-jh its influencn at Pekin, a:d in order to secure this end the Times urges that a strong naval demonstrati'U should be made by the British fleet in tbffGnlf of rechili. The Sta-ndtird a-serte that the numbers of the House of Commons regard the situation as exceedingly grave, and deplore the official retiwuce ut the G...
Shocking Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898
Shocking Fatal Acci dent. A terrible accident, by which two men were injurtd in a sh- eking manner, and 'our of their fellow employee- nar. o*iy tseapeil similar injuries aud possible death, occur. ed at tbe new Victoria Markets. Sydney uhort ly after noon on Tuesday. For purposes of coi Etructiou in couuectina with the immense dome « Inch rears abiive the centre of the. great building, as well as to convey uute'ial to the different floors, a rough but eroi-g lift had been c -u£tructed in the middle of the structure, and the victims «.f the ae-.ident, Richard lkruour and Kvan Roberts, were -descending in thi», with some compauious, wht;n by some means or other it became dis placed, and they were thrown our. Roberta, as he was falling, managed to spiing in suth a nmnuer as to al gilt on a B.allokliiig suine 10ft l:elow He, nevertheless, received some eerious iujurits to tbe alid -men and somu auratious on the face. His companion, imw ev- r, fell tu tin: ground Hour, a JisUnee of abou...
Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898
Cricket Match. A cricket miteta, between teams repreeeat ins the Murruruodi and Qmrimii Public Sdiools, wasplayel at the Willow Tree on Saturday last, anil resulted iu a win for the Murruruudi bnys by 53 tuns. Messrs. \V. S. Gourd and f-- Byrnes acted us umpires, and a most enjoyable day wui epeut. The followiuc are the ccores : — M UKUUitUNDl.—First Innings. F. Tburlow.22; J. Jiincs, 1 ; L. Saxon, -0; O. Sharp, 17; J. Bond, 0: J. Griffiths. I ; T. McGee. « ; H. Robson, 5 ; \V. Brouk. fi : G. Bond, 5; S. Jucuau, i; Sundries. 2; Total, 71. MUBiniBUNDl.— Second Innings. F. Thurlow, 13; T. McGee, 2; j. Bond, 7 : O. Sharp, 0 ; L. Saxyn. 0; H. Kobpon, 38; U.B-jnd, 5; J. Griffiths, 2; \V. Brook, t ; S. Jtichau, 10 ; J. Joues, -5 ; SundrieB, 3; Total, 89. Qcirinbi.— First Innings K. Cadell, 8; G. Hunger-ford, 10; H. McDonald. 27; C. Oullen.0; D. Poulsin, 2; G. Bak'jr, 0; J. McDonald, 3; A. TeOhutt. 2; T. Cullen, 0 ; C. Allen, 0; C, Nowland, 3; Sundries, 0 ; Total, 61. Quibindi. — Second In...
Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898
I Latest Cablegrams. Kkutek's Mkssaoe. I LONDON, iTuprsdat. Tho memljera of the Colonial Party in the Houb-: of Commons have reeolvcil tbat in the «ivent of a change bsing made iu the royal *rms, the at rong claim of the colonies lo be lepreeented should be rtnogaised. The Duke of Cambridge, in the course of a speech, said that Great Britain ought not to retrograde or yield lo other nations. It was imperative that the Colonies and the Empire should stick together end exhibit backbone. Spain, in letters to European Sovereigns, is requesting them to use their influence to biiug about a peaceful settlement of the dif iScultics with America, It is snid that America 'h&e asked Spain to relinquish Cuba for n money indemnity.
America and Spain. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898
America and Spain. A cable from London states that in his meBsa -e to Congress e ivering the ivport of the inqu'ry i-to V.n Maine disaster, Presid ent MuKinicy says he does not doubt that Spuin'e tento of justice will din'ate tho action suggested by bumr and the f deadly relations between the two 11a i iih. In the In antimc l;e isvokis the «1 Ijlcraic co'-i-l- i-rti-ii of (lie wule ques-io\- i-\ Cn.r s*. Airports Htn curii-m i' n asm. eiun tua^ .-?p.iin is willing to withdraw bur triMi|.s frmn Cui-a. It is hIsi belicvu'l e)h; prjct.e-l!y accx-pts I'resideut McKiule.y's pri'p .=.al-. 1 he Senate ami the Uuu.eof Kt-i rescmalivcb have referred the report of the N;val Court : of Inquiry into the Mniue (liB-iKtcr to the Kor.i-u Relatins Cnnuniltec . Mr. K. 3 ! Phelps, foimerly United State- Miuiater to I Kngknd, aud Mr. L. P. .Miirton, the lats Vies President, aud formerly Minister to France, strongly support President Mcliiuley's policy. The United '-iatce Sen ate Ims ciiscussul resolut...
Scone Co-operative Dairy Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898
Scone Co-operative Dairy Co. At sn extraordinary meeting of the share holders of the Scone Co-operative Dairy Co., held in the School of Arts. Scono, on Tues day arteruoon, it was decided to depose of the company's property and wind up the concern. Messrs. W. E. Abbott and £. Solomons-were appointed lipuidatore. The venture has been an ill-s'arred O'C siuce its incoptioo, aud tho shareholders will lose heavily on the winding up, although indirect ly the foundation and working of the com pany was productive of some good iu the 'way of turning the attention of our farming population to the dairying industry.
The Dudley Colliery Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898
The Dudley Colliery Disaster. The shafts at the Dudley Colliery have teen hermetically sealed down, and hopes are entertained that the exclusion of air from the surface will check Ui ? spread of the fires, and probably extinguish the blaze sufficient- j lv to avoid the necessity of Hooding the Jn'ne. The dread of another explosion -still exists, as it has been known for an explosion to occur at a colliery after belug scaled -down for 72 hours. Mr. Hugh Humphreys, the manager, expressed bis very deepest thanks to the administrative committee for the assistance tbey had given him in his Bad ?trouble. The colliery will now be allowed to remain for tome months, so that in the ?event of there being no further explosion all fires will have a fair cbanco to suffocate themselves. Meetings of sympathy ore being held in different parts of the district, sud the Disaster Belief FuuJ is being liber ally subscribed t;-.