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What is Hedonism? [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

What is Hedonism? An answer to this question is well given in a contemporary. 'This doc trine may be defined as the announce ment that pleasurable experiences are the only possible end and aim of life to any rationally minded organism. Ego tistic 'hedonism considers only the plea sure of the individual ; but altruistic hedonism, I am glad to say, takes into account also that or others. It is wisely argued that men should, In the interest of pleasure, govern their plea sures, and not be soverned by them. The ethical theory is also arrived at, which regards pleasure or happiness as rhe very noblest and greatest good. For tunately, all deductions from this theory —but lately generally accepted— coincide with those upon which moralists have always been agreed. Thus, the con science of the philosophic hedonist may well be singularly free from stain.'-

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 — 2 April 1898

BARGAINS! OARGA[NS ! ! BARGAINS!!! GKEAT CLEARING-OUT SALE ! C3-OO3DS GKTVEIN' -A.'W\A_-2' I I A. DIAMOND'S. In consequence of having Purchased a Business in Melbourne, it is my intention to dispose of the whole of my Large and Valuable Assortment of DRAPERY, CLOTHING, FANOY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES, etc-, at Greatly Reduced Prices. As the goods must be disposed of ANY REASONABLE OFFER WILL BE ACCEPTED. GOME EARLY AND OFTEN AND SECURE BARGAINS AT A. DIAMOND'S. Until the Whole of the Stock is disposed of X2-W0BTH OF CLOTHING CAN BE PURCHASED FOR £1. The public can judge of the Great Sacrifices by reading the prices quoted below. Usual Price Now Cashmere, All Shades ? 2s 6d is 6d „ „ ? 2i Od IS 3d Nun's Veilings ... ... ... is-gd is od Kid Gloves ? 4s 6d 2s 6d „ ? 2s 6d is 6d Parachutes ? 5s 6d 3s od ,, ? 4s od is gd Silesia ? ... 5-i, 3d Prints and Muslins Given Away Berlin Wool, per packet ... is od 6d White Blankets, 1 1/4 ? iSs 6d ns6d „ „ 10/4 ? 14s 6d 8s 6d „ „ 9/4 ? 12s 6d ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Do Animals Think? [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

Do Animals Tbink? Max Muller is responsible for the following- :— ' Language and thought,' he says, ' are inseparable. Words with out thought are dead sounds ;. thoughts without words are nothing. To think is to speak low ; to speak is to think aloud. The word is the thought incar nate.' Every one who owns a dog, a cat, or even a parrot will note fallt- - bility and thoughtlessness in such rea soning as the above. No mortal amongst us is always wise, and Max when he penned that sentence was no -exception. Animals are not machines. A dog who acted a9 a mere automaton, wound up by machinery as .it were, would be a far greater marvel and miracle than the dog who possesses thought and reason, and- who acts thereon. In what langu age does an animal, say a lion who has never heard a spoken -word, think ? It is, indeed. %. pity that even our great est savants and philosophers ' blether' : sometimes, and, worse luck, die and J leave the ' blether' behind them.— Dr. j Gordon Stables. ' ' ! P...

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

UNDER BILL OF SALE. The SALE of the Extensive stock of Mr. Win. Cooper, of the Commercial Stores, Murrurundi, is now in fall swing*. \ Bargains in all Departments. 1

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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The CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROUGE A TALE OF THE REIGN OF TERROR CHAPTER XXV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

:liiil»i| [?] i CHAPTER XXV.— Continued. 'in De sent to the Revolutionary Tri bunal, a,nd you fcuow what becomes of those who are sent there.' 'Staift aside,' said the womau Tison, 'and lut me pass.' 'Where are you going ?'' 'To the conciergoric.' 'What are you going there for 7' 'To nee her again.' ?'-. 'Thoy will not allow you to enter.' ! 'They will pernit me to lie ut the i door, to live then-, to fioip there. I : will reniaiu there till «ho goes out, ami i then, nt least, 1 shall see her 'once more.' 'Suppose some om' proiuisad to restore you your child ?'' 'mint is that you say ?' 'I ask you, supposing 'i man were to. promise to grivo yon back your. child, would vou do what this Twin requirod of you in returu '!' '? . 'Everything for my el:i-l: all. for ray Heloise!' cried the woman, wringing her hands. 'All. nil; all :' 'Listen,' fcnid the unknown. 'It ite God who npvr punishes you.'* 'And for what '.' 'For the tortures yon hiivo1 Inflicted co mercileKslv on a poor mother :is...

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

Latest Telegrams. KfcUTER's MEf6A-JF:. I SYDMliV, Friday. I The proclamation postponing the meeting I of Parliament until the 3rd May oiimo as a I cotD|-Kte surprise to everybrdy, and ce I in''..i»Hy to thnfe members of th» Lu^islutive I Assembly who wcro preparing their plcn of ? campaign agumst Hie Bill nlien the House B met. This «droit Q/OVe of the l'lemin's has ? up-et all their calculations, aud lk both ? fidtti aro organising their forces, lh- cam ? paign will lie at once carried to the countiy. ; I The political Labor League last Di^lit pas- | ? ,*ed resolutions pledging the party to resist ] ? th: passing of the Bill. j ? OflSO Mayors throughout the colony, Do I b.ive fjii-eti their AdhEiciiuc to fuderatiun. I It is expected that the lrfercudum vote will I I not b't taken for five or six weeks, and that ' I Farlimnuut will uot meet until that is con- 1 I elided. I The revenue rcturDS for the past quarter I allow a credit baiaaoe. I The Postal Congress has deckled against ? ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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ROBINSON CRUSOE. THE TRUE STORY OF HIS ADVENTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

ROBINSON CRUSOjE. THE TRUE STORY OF HIS ADVENTURES. ' 1 . . ? ? ►— -* ? In the early part of the eighteenth century, there was brought to England, by a certain Captain Rogers, a seafarer named Alexander Selkirk. He is de scribed euphemistically by some writers as a roving mariner, by others bluntly as ' a buccaiieilr, aud was a native of the Scott isli fialuni; village of Lar^o. Alex ander moistened hiB throat with the national beverage, tind told a strange story. Be had been left, lie declared, solitary on an island of the Pacific Ocean, by his captain (Stradling), in the year 1701, and had lived there without seeing a human face, save that of the savage cannibal, for five . weary years. The island was Juan Fernandez. He told of his wild life tliere, of his Buffer ings and trials, of his romantic adven tures, and his story attracted widespread attention. Captain Rogers, Binning proudly iu reflected glory, exploited it. it needs no particularly vivid imagination to conjure up the vi...

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 — 2 April 1898

FOR SALE, 3 Young Jersey Bulls EIT to -erve. by Jersey Prince, bred by Percy A. Lamb, Woodstock. Four Guineas per head. See pedigrees. JOHN J'*yt,OR, Glenalvon. Remarkable illusions liave just been --iUed to the Cyclorama in Sydney, in adilition to the soul-stirring scene? on the 20.000 square feet of Canvas, and niilistic effects. Daphne fleciny Cram Apallo is chinked into tli3 Iinurel Ti-eu liefon; the Spectator's cye^ and then inlo various bnvmleriuji cluiu^es, finally floating in the air and a^iiadiug into the clouds — a beautiful invstery.

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

Municipal Council. The usual monthly meeting of th« Murm rundi Municipal Council was bold in tbe Council Chambers on Friday evening, 25: h March, when there wer^ present Aldermen Rufus Bell (Mayor, in the chair), O. Dove, J. W. Brodie, P. A. Kennedy, J. A. Fish burn. C. F. Juchau. G. Piitchett acd M. B. Dnnnellan. Tho minutes of tin previous meeting were read and coulirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. The following correspondenco was received on tbe motion of Alderman Fishburn, secoi.d ed by Alderman Kennedy : — From Mr. H. G. D. Fiti-fierald, M.L.A., stating thut he hml forwarded the litter urging that the n Ctssary repairs nnd altera tions tn the culvert over Campbell's CrFfck, on the Gre^t Northern Roai might have im mediate attention. rrom tne rnncpai uuaer oe^r.-iary, re questing ihe Council to submit, for the in ?pcc:i'-:i --f h- Crown Solicitor, the intifn t !?? of m .ntu-'iee fion, the C ancil 'o Air. 1-in- r. T«::|!, in connection with their hii plc ti u to ha e the fame declared subje...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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The Newcastle and H. R. Steamship Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

The Newcastle and H. R. Steamship Co., Ltd. We would direct attention to the time table of the above Oomuany, published in nur ad 'ertisiug columns, shoivim; the times of departure of tbeir steamers from '-'ydnny and Newcistle during the Easter Holidays Tbe fsres are extremely low. uud tu those wh.-i intend visiting the metropolis and who are fund o' a sea trip we would recommend this route.

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

Waliaiiadah. (fitaM ouk ConnESPONDENT.) Three tcims passed through here this week { laden wiili 16 tons of lambs' woul, from ? Cuirimli Station, i n route for Morpeth. The c;irri. rs s.ate that ftel is becoming vt ry scarce alonf,' tl-e rout-1, ai;d that the c .untry a petting dried op for Maul of rn-n. Tbe contractor for the erection of the new teacher's resilience at tbe public schajl has comnie need the woik and expuciS to complete it wilbin two month?. While riding a young hoi so, Mr. Joa Kwain, of li&uger's Valley, uict with a na-ty scaident. Tlie boi-e becime reslive a:id threw him ; in falling he |.ut out Irs arm to try and save himself, which resulted iu h.s arm and wrist being fractured. A very pr.tty wedding took place to-iay, the contrac:iug pirtiea bring Miss Kuima Iohsey, youugeHt d»ugliter i.f Mr. ^amual Lobney, of Mount Auburn, Wallabarlah, a-d Mr. Alt xr. lugall, oflngiewoort. Wallaluda*. The biide was tastefully attired iu white (ilk, with bridal vc-il, etc ...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

Official Correspondence. The following official letter has been tent to us by Mr. H. ?«. U. Fitz-Geruld M P , for publication — I'uli-^ L/ipartmcnt, l.ispec'or General'B Office. Sydney. 28ih March. 1898. Dear Sir. — In reply to voor note of ihe 23rd i isUnt I tici! to infurm you (hat I have represented tu tne (ioverninont the urgency of bavins re|iiirs, eic, off'ctcii to the piiliee buiUiin^s al Mnriui'iiiKli. Th' rea-on lor the delay in lh- niHtti'i1 is, 1 uiiu-'rjtaud. wmn ot fnn.ie. Y.iure faithfully. KDMUSD FOSBBIIV. R. G. D. FiUGeraM, Esq., M.I'.. Mus-.vcllbrook.

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Our Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 2 April 1898

Our Sydney Letter. [Fbom our Sydney Contributob.] Mr. Reid's meeting on Monday night was a magnificent spectacle. It is said to have been the largest gathering that wan ever seen in the Town Hall. At half-past seven there »as standing room ouly, aud it is estimated that th re were sniio 5,000 people present. Orgiually tbe meeting was to have been held in the 1'iotestant Hail-that scene of many a political battle — but it was found that so mauy people wtre enquiring for early door tickets (a p ivilege grai:tid to tbe Premier's constitu ut-) thai u.e argest hall iu tbe city was engaged. Mr. Held t-n.,ke for two hours to a most oi derly meeting, duo man only ventured to interrupt and ho »a.s promptly ejected. On the p-atloui wer« to be seun, besides members of the Mi' istry, Messrs, Barton, O'Connor and J. I'. Walker, of tho Convention. The PiemUr tte.iH iatrly and clearly with tbe B:l\ pomt.u^ out its defects as well as iti aavi.ntii.es. Tne text of his address shou'd have been taken ...

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

Correspondence. The Editor will be pleased to receive con tributions on matters of local or general interest ; but iu no case do we idenlify ourselves with the opinions of contribu tors. RACES OK SHOW. (To the Editor of the Times.) Sir,—] notice by the account of tbe final meet iu,; of the Committee of the receut race meeting of the Muirurundi Kace Club, that the meeting was auy thing but a tiuancial success. 'Ibis ought to show them tha; the people uf the disuivt do uot /avour horse r..cifg. It is a great pity that the Show Committee took the step the}' did a tew jcirs ago ill allowing the s^ow to fall thiough. It would, ia my opiuion, and also iu tbe opinion -f nmuy others who I know, hive le-.n betttr to have kept up the show and allowed the races to fall through. A chow is of much more benefit to a town than laces, fur where there is one person who would rMc five miles to seo a horse race, them are 25 who would travel 50 miles tos?e a show. In my - pinion the people of Mur lurun...

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

Bankruptcy Meeting. The single meeting in the bankrupt estate of Daniel Hisshion, of Moor Creek, Tamworth, labourer, was held at the Court House,   Murrurundi, on Wednesday, before the District Registrar. The statement of affairs showed liabilitiies, £61 19s 10d ; assets, Nil. No creditors were present, and the examination was declared concluded.  

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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The Table. Six Good Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

The Tat)Ie. Six Good EccipeB. Chestnut PuddingA-Coolc two quarts of Prench chestnuts till quite soft : then press them through' a sieve. A-1(1 1wo' taihli'Spoonfnls of sugar nnd flavour sligOitly witih vuiuilla. Surround with wreatih of whipped cream slightly sweetened. . . ?Ham Tinihalc.:— One cup clioppwl haiu (clioi-piHl very, vory line). Half -pint of cre.'iiu tliickeui-d with flour. . Three et'ffs. Stir all together aud bake in oven one half hour. Then turn out on flat dish aiiu 'pum a cream ^Luve over 11. l'/jrss-Couvput li^asshiou.— Take two \ or tihrce large onions, slice them very j flrin. uud fry till a itice.. brown. Hare ' ready a ibalf-dozen ihard-boiled eggs cut. in sflicos. and a cupful of nice soup stock with a little flour mixed in it ; add .Hie «gg.« to Hie odious, then pour in tlie gravy and stir all till the- gravy has rtrickened. Serve very hot. ? Ijobster Timhale.— Take three pounds of lohsler (eooki-d). Pick liieal ou'r of the shell and chop very liuo. Add a l...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Stewed Calfs Foot. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

Stewed Calf's Foot. I Stewed calf's 'foot is very nourishing and very easy of digestion. Procure a AVt'll-iprepared cn1f« foot from tln- butcher, joint Stand place in a stewpan. cover «ith water, and briu); to 1)10 boil, then drain dry, H^plnce the foot in the E.Jiiiwp:iu, cover with -milk and water, ailil au onion.' lialt'-ji-lioail i-f celery, and a small strip of leninn peel. Suninni1 slm\-lv. ami wlmn flu*, inp.it is nerfeclSv tender, so .that die lvoni; -c:\ti be removed, place it on a dish. Sti-niii and tMeken the gravy, add ih*i-ih-i- and salt, with just a suspU-ion i-f ])nwik-iv(i nn.icp : piiur over, and serve, (ianii.sli the dish with sliciv of Iciiion. and strew a little olmpped ])arslcy over all.

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Thus Skewers Are Made. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

? *- . . rThus Skewers Arc Made. ''It's nearly all -done by machinery,' '9«.Jd a small boy to uie recently. He hatj justtieen : honoured by piomotion to the ?!ji«k ol 'f.uU-tImei-',-in sunianufactoj-y fors skewers. 1'\F'qur of us boys. can. njaJ?^ 20915). of .'woriU'-^keft'ers In '&, a.dy,. r/rorklpg fi;om 7 In' the mDrriVng tiir 6 at'night, ?with an hour '-off tot. dinner: 't-'can' eirn ' 5s. Od. a week at It.' ThV skewers are sold to butchSi-5 and^to tH6 warehouses, where they're. usea-nto- fastin «p the hatrts^f \\Trt'frf.t'.T*i4u tfpt'ph aiiflr'S-Yinnnrt ?= 'Noi- my -wage igK*t muoliT but I'm only 14 years old/aochl am-especting a -rise' before long. ~; SDJietvoj-to isn't hard, and on the w-hole.-Jylikfi-, it- AVe work In gro pairs, two&Qfi us .Jooking- after one end of the skWers , aod- iwq o£ us after the' other.' jSVb'fri the 'pieces , of wood have been 'rdumle'd off ih the machines they're put into another machine and pointed. Then they're shaken up with some...

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Where Women Rule [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

Where Wdmen Rule ? Amoi^g, ,t^e ..ot^toBltles of the Russian dominions is. a.' isr-nw of communes in the government of Smolensk, surround ing the conveijl of Besjukow, where wo men practicaHy do all the voting and office-holdin'g.-'u Ab the retdtrtiB from agriculture are Aery meagre L1-n the district, and there are large towns not far away, the male inhabitants of the Besjukow neighbour hood emigrate to these towns early in ?5JJI ing 'iu luiu tvvi n, 4i^aviii(] i^-v i;ui. n u men and childroii at home, and not com ing-home to attend' tb the littie matter of voting. '., . Inasmuch as the women liave to dq all the farmwork as well as the housework in this singular community, it does not seem strangjf that they rather insist upon holding;the offleee, and not assign ihem to suclKold men'-as .may be about. Furthei-more,' It. Is S£tjd that they have for a period ;of-9everal years managed all the public affairs of the Besjukow dis trict so well tha-tUlie men express them selves as Ijejog. ...

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The "Quirindi Argus." [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

The 'Quirindi Arerus.' Our contemporary, the Quirindi Argus, iu its issue of the 1st instant, after apologis ing for the dbort-coiningB of the issue savs - ' The reason of this is 'hat arrangements are almost complete whereby a cousummation Ions; de-irerf by the public of this district will b« arrived at— that is the closing up of opp 'Sition in the newsp.pers here, and the riiuiiing of one good paper worthy of the it'airicb. a- we ui*) uutua-e tun ugjfjur iuu ? ity of again speaking throusb the c liimni of the A--gns, we desire in this i-ieue to convey our most sincere thanks to our numerous supporters who we are happy in believing have accorded us their support on our rnvrits. We have had upwards of four ye*rs expt-ricice in tbis district, but it hae not b-en all violets by any means — it has beeu a very gravelly path, aud ve have come in cout ict with ' it more times than we car; d about. We have endeavoured to conduct our piper in a fearlesi snd 'iiitsp.iken man ner, and have ne...

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