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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

JWATERBJIY WATGH COMPANY. i WATERBURY WATCHES DIRECT FROM OUR OWN FACTORY TO THE PUBLIC. 'Half the Usual Prices charged.' jS^*^^^ SEND Y0UR ORDERS TO §4^fk A SAUNDERS, Jeweller, l& WHpJP 815 George Street, Sydney (opp. Railway Station) The Wonderful WATERBURY WATCHES. ' Ben-are of frauds,' who will srll you any consumptive article to mike s hig profit The Waterfaury us the Cheapest. Stnttfrrtt and most Iteti&ble WaUhet made. 'None to equal them in Price, Quality or Perfect Timekeepers.' Tho old Favourita, 13/6 ; A. Saunders' price, 8/G The New 6hort Wind Jewelled action, 21/-; A. Saunders' price, n/6 Extra Quality, Scries J, Jen-riled action, 27/0; A. Saonders' price, 16/6 Pure Solid Silver, Eitra Jewelled, £3/-/-; A. Saunders' price, 37/6 Gold Waterbury, wonderful value, 5/-/-; A. Saunders' price, £2i*Si AU our Watches are regulated and adjusted to itana hard riding and knocking about. 'Try one and you'll never regrot it.' jZ^^S. Strong White Metal Chains to match, ...

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

[?] B. PASKINS, Importer of all kinds of Musical Instruments, PlA*&*Jt-RTK A'«D ORGAN TUNER AND REPAIREP, SOODVZ1. Agent for all the best and well-known makes of Pianos & Organs. AH kinds of Repairs executed. Moderate Charges aud Best Work. All correspondence and enquiries address ed to Scone will receive prompt attention. All parts of the district visited periodically. 2 GOOD BOOKS fintbony - Jofdem's a^^GET BOTH! No. 1. GENERAL CATALOGUE 660 Ptgea. Profusely Ulutratad. Mo. a. rosrtioiio 01 Autumn and Winter Fashions . . Over 230 Sketches. WMT JTBBB JLHTWHERE . . . HOEBEEN'S, Universal Providers, HAYWiKET ONLY, SYDNEY. 'THE MIIDDTTDTTMftT Jft ATTTBTMni TTHTUQ ' The ^OBljUewf paper of Murrurundi District. ESTABLISHED IS72.1 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TERNS OF SUBSCRIPTION: tor Qnu-tcr, in advance, ;.« ... ... ... Ss „ Booked „ ? U .Per Annum, iu advanoe ...'' ... ... ... ... 12a TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. First Inch, for.one insertion; only ... ... ... ... 3 0 For each su...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Verdi's Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

Verdi's Scheme. , ;.Aj». ^example of the.^rfisenthiicni;. of,. success oecuis in the account jit; the. liruductioii. of ' Higoletto,'.' .-brought- out at Vjjnlce in 1851. It is related (Jiat. Verdi, wheu at work on this .opera, alleged, hi answer to entreaties from the singer who was to perform the miss ing aria, than : there, would be plenty of time to study it— it was uothiug ilifli cult. Thin he continued to repeat until the actual day fixed for the perform ance ot ' llignletto,' wiien, Witlrmueh mystery and majiy iii-ofainions against 'being overheard, he played tlie enchant- . ing ' Ija'Doniia e Mobile' to tlie mysti fied singer. ' ; -As the' latter was expressing- his de light, Verdi cautioned him strictly on no account' to huni or wliistle'the catching air before the evening ; the orchestra, he said, had learned it already, and , were also under a sAleuin vow not to let one note he 'heard before the actual | performance, ' Why this mystery V' 1 inquired flie puzzled artist. '...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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R. L. Stevenson's Scotticisms. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

R. L. Stevenson's Scotticisms. hi ' ' Ijong'nian's' for. July. II r. An drew Ivajig jiits; out at tihe '.'At.heniieuiu' ?for- foiujilaiuUig of the Scotticisms in. Stevenson's ' Weir of Henuitetim. 'AVo van scarcely lmve llMlf tlie book bi-foie uk.' says ihe ' Ailieu.-K'um.' 'yet iil ns-nly the glossary, -wHucTi is eminently ni'iessiiry, de;ils_ with over a. couple of liiindred words.' Lord Jlennision -ib- jeutts to ' pjiluiiTJug about in bauchles.' Ho talks -a. little ' sculduildery' after din ner. We have ' et.tereaps' and ' car l;noA seriiiie or hcois D.uiantfi, und. in short, the book is not for i)he Southron.' Ou which Mr. I^ang i-cinarks :— ' This is eitllicr gross iguorancu -or puerile affec ta'liou. The 'Sootch Ballji-l.«.' t.he ' \V.i verley Novels,' and Buriis's pi.ems aro familiar to every lSiig-liihinan witll the uljgihxeKt prot'euDoiie to lit capture. TJiu words— the two hundred Scotch words used by Mr. .Stevenson— 'are of const aiir oucun'enoe in Burns, Scott, and Uie B...

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

For JOB PRINTING of Every Description Try the 'TIMES' Office. ladies' Safeguard Registered. T A r\TT?f( Consult your o«-n ljAL/lIjtS interest bv taking **-IN/ Prof. HAU'TMONTS «? FRENCH SAFETY PILLS. They are much superior to the advertised nauseating drugs and powders as the express traiu is to the mail coach, being Safe, Certain, Speedy and Reliable. In all coses of irregularities and obstructions his world famed pills are guaranteed. C^May be taken by the most delicate lady. 50,000 cases successfully treated. Box posted (free from observation ), 7s 6d ; extra powerful, 21s (guaranteed Al). Sold only by Professor ITautmont, R.M.D. Victoria Stret, North Melbourne. Cf Send Six Stamps for my invaluable ; Pamphlet. MARRIED LADIES. MRS. BILTON hu ranch pleasure In announcing that her Kemnlr ft-r Keslorlng Kcgulitrlty ii the only atadule certain, eafe, and epeedv one known to medical science. It acts almott immediately, doea not interfere with hoiKotioId duties, and will not injure the ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Lord Salisbury's Position. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

Lord Salisbury's Posi tion. In these troublous times changes come so quickly that it is difficult to exactly define the relative positions of the various Nations. Quite late ly we would have considered our selves justified in counting upon Japan as being a certain ally of Britain in the event of hostilities breaking out. Now it is reported that she has come to some agree ment with Russia over the Chinese Question, and it is probable that she will be, at best, no more than a neutral Power. Only last week Lord Rosebery, in the course of a speech, extolled Lord Salisbury for tie masterly way in which he was administering the Foreign Office, now the British Press is almost unanimous in , demanding that he should surrender the seals of that office to a younger man.- Undoubt edly the position is one o[ unex ampled difficulty, the slightest slip I might plunge ail Europe into war, and when a nation has so much to risk by war, as England has, such a step must be avoided as long as possible....

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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The CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROUGE A TALE OF THE REIGN TERROR CHAPTER XXVII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

;J§flH6!3! [?] '' CHAPTER XXVII.— .CoSTisma). ?Do Majspn .Rouge ?'' : itThat is it.'' , . . - . .'.'Jinpossiblef' . r.''Baiv impossible f- vWb,«p I,t'pld you' they. liavo-iftmuil. the- iirajj.cliwr, the; sub tccrawau jtassagct. and ? coaches.', ' ,'0n- ihy contrary.,., jsou have told me not.hint: about i)\\ tli|s.H .^.VVclfj-i'n'ui go,iuK }o tell you, then.' j,'Gp..,on,f|^gii, If 'it is 'a story, .it is, ifrleaM, iTgopfl one. ' ' ' ' i^Kpj'citiioii,' it Js not ri story, nnd, in pnqoi tw. ina-i, x unu n iroiu a citizen i rfo.rier.'Jthe aristocrats hnd dug n hiino ' niiVl.' tbife' mine commenced ,il lJa Kiie'dc'-, InVlGorderlc, nnd terminated in -thS (isllnt ' of Ih£-Jittl£ca1iiii Wltiiifcmg to Mmlnme i PTwqM'alH, ' -v1i6;''li(ifi: Ani-rriwly ?? -!sbrii*a ?' ! bbjiig' nrl*stt-n rnH'-au-'ticuiiiii'ilico. Xhin wHtibtv Prmneiru'-^yotf sec . it iriUnowji I hope?' ' '? ? ?? , . .,r;.v:-- .?- _*,.?... 'Yes,' replied- -MuHrico^Jluut after ward 7' -????—- 'Cuficl^.gf^jftBJn-as-.to.-AaepB^y ; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

A Girl Saved from the Grave. ' 1 am 19 years of age,' eaid Hiss Petrea Peterson, of FV-alhersun. North Island, New Zealand, to a press representative who inter viewed her last month, '? and since I wa* 15 I have been suffering, more or Icsb. I had acute palpitation of the heart, which was brought about by arjetnia or lilood'.easness, to which I was long a martyr. Whenever I ran upBtairs my heart would thump violently against my sides, and I would be quite speechless for several moments until I re covered my breath. Night after night I tossed, weary and worn-out, on my bed, try ing vainly to sleep. I had fearful attacks of cramp in ray legs, and eo great was the agony that frequently it caused me to scream out in very desperation. I was always in a weak, low slate, end never felt fit for my work. My lugs would at times swell up to a considerable extent, and (his naturally occasioned myself and my mother great sus pense. Thus, as I grew older I grew worse and worse, being subject also...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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THE CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROUGE. CHAPTER XXVIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

THE CHJSyALlEIj de MAISOM ROUGjE. CHAPTEE XKVin.— CojumuED. y.)Ui-8L'li to pro nounce, seeing nt this moment it ilocs not bear a very high repute.' 'Whnt name V quickly demanded Gen evieve. 'The Chevalier' de Maison Rouge.' 'Have I no/ihed the Chevalier de Mai son ISoue-e ?' inquired Genevieve, be wildered.' ??.--.' 'Without doubt youJ'-havc,' snid Dix raer'. 'but uudotstaTid,' Maurice, there is (nothing Kiirnrisinc in' thnt, since it is sniil he was an accomplice of the girl Tison., nnd that it was he who concocted th.' whole plan ,of escape 60 happily frus trated .yesterday.' 'Idonotsny there is anything surpris ing,' naid Maurice;, ','1 only say it is better to keep it cbrice'dled.' 'Who?' demanded- Dixmer. 'The Chevalier de Maison Rouge, pnr blen ! The Cninmuuc seeks for him. nud the blood-hoiinds have a fine scent.' 'Provided that,before they arrest him,' said Morand. 'jle has. not accouiplished some new enterprise that may succecj better than the last.!'. 'At all events,' said...

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DETECTING A THIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

DETECTING A THIEF. Many anecdoteB are told illustrating the character and sayings of Lorenzo Dow, a famous itinerant Methodist minister, wlic lived in America in the early part of this century. Be was believed (o liare the power of working miracles, of detecting rogues, and dis covering things lost. On one occasion, when he was travel ling through Maryland, a poor man infumied him tlut someone had Btolen his mule, and ended by 'asking the good preacher to help him to find it. After hearing his story, Mr. Don determined to do what he could to assist in recovering the animal. . ' Do you suspect any person of stealing the mule ?' asked the preacher. ' Yes,' answered the man, promptly, 'I think I know the very one, but cinuot be certain.', i _ .. ??_ ..; .', 1 Will Jie be here at the meeting this afternoon V inquired Mr. Dow. ' Yes, he is sure to be here,' was (he reply. ? . Mr. Dow said no more ; but, picking up n stone tlie size of his two fists, carried it to church with him, and lai...

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The Mystery of Sea-Cliff Towers. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CHAPTER XXVII, Tun Evidence. Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

Titf pissttoi of Sea-Giiff Towels. -ALL RIGHTS RB6CRVED.) By J. D. HES'NSSSET, Author of « The Dis-BonouriHe,' ' Wjn nupt,' 'An Austri-lian Hush Track,' (iunnrry of Church Cunse.t,' etc. CHAPTER XXVn, Tug Evidence. Continued. Tne learned counsel conferred tor a tnomeut witb bis junior before adnres sing the doctor, be was setting for fuller iuforoiation upon a particular poiut of evidence. ' Cau you give the ex.act date of the nioht referred to ?' ' It was Tuesday evening, the 10th of November,' replied the doctor. 'Thank you, that is quite suf ficient,' he said looking across with a etnile at his opponent Barristers. 'Call Mabel Scott.' After the ueual preliminary ques tions the Crown Prosecutor asked the girl who bad commenced to cry on see ing her mistress in the felon's dock, whether she remembered Tuesday, the 10th day of November, ou which ehe replied in tbe affirmative. ' Where were you on that even ing ?' ' At the Theatre Royal, with my mistress, Mr*. Dalbert,' replied the g...

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The Dreyfus Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

The Dreyfus Caee. The Court of Cassation in Paris has up held t)i« appeal of M. Zola against the sen tence of one year's impr sonment and a fine of 3000 f»nc- passed upon him (or defaming the Esterbazy Court-martial. M. Zola bat consequently been released. The appeal was allowed on the ground that General Billot, the Minuter lor War,' iustitnted the proseoution itutoad of probeedios by Conrt martial. '

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Not Even if it Cost Twenty Shillings. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 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 over-coming the friction of its own parts. Hence inventors nre constantly testing devices to reduce friction. Yet they can nfver overcome it ; and the r«6i'stance created by it represents power (and hence exewnse also) absolutely lost. Now the human body its a machine pro nplleri hv hpnt_ riaotlv as an nntrinp is? ami anything that retards it ms.y be contidpred as friction. V-:ry good, then. You have noticed great differences in yoar own vigour. Some days you work easily, and on others with difficulty. This is so whelheryou are chiefly a muscle worker or a brain-worker ; or a mixture of boih — is most people are. Occasionally yon nre able to do more work in a day than at other times you can do in three. It is the odds between walking on smooth, hard level ground and drsgsing yourself uphill through wet clay. What wouldn't lawyers, authors, e'ergymen, a...

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

Presbyterian. Sen-ices will be held aa under :— 10th April— Murruruudi, 11 am. and 7.30 p.m. 10th April—Quirindi, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.tn. Castlemountain, 3 p.m. Rev. JAMES DAVIDSON. Registered to Celebrate Marriages and Baptisms.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

ST. CKESOX&G-XI LAND AGENCY. THE undersigned, having Established a Land Agency at St. (-eorge, Queens land, i* iu a position to fu'iii h valuable and rcl able information in respect of Land ava'lable for Settlement, and to undertake business connected with the preparation and lodging of Applications, etc. The new Ijind Act of Queensland which h now coming into operation it exceedingly liberal, giving cheap land and assisting lxma fide settlement. J. J. has had many years' experience eg Land Agent, aud Clients may rely upon their interests receiving bis prompt and beet attention. JAMES JUCHAU, Land Agent, §t. George.

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"Nagging Wives." The Bishop of Melbourne on the Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

'Nagging Wives.' The Bishop of Melbourne on the Question. Tbe Bishop ot Melbourne, speaking at a meeting of the church of England Temperance Society on Monday, said he had been deeply impressed with tbe story told in the polioe conrt tbe other day by a man, who eaid, ' She nags, and I driuk.' That was the history of multitudes of drunkards. Tbe 'elm' did not know bow to make Lome a comfort ; how to produce the sweet silvery voice when the ' he ' came back from his day's work. She does not make the home attractive, and he has to seek attractions else where — too often at the publichonse. It seemed to him that every branch of the girl's friendly societies, of which the Cbnrcb had many, ought to work in tbe direction of bappy homes; that tbe girls should be taught kind, gentle, and persuasive ways, so that when it should fall to their lot to have hornet their husbands might de light to come to them when the day's work was ended— (applause^ — not to be nagged at. but smiled at. It had b...

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Moral Environment. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

Moral environment. [By Last Cook, nee Tennbsek G. Clafun.1 The inOut-ncp of environment opou every organic bring is no longer a mat ter of doubt. The researches of r«cenl years haw thrown much light on Ibis Budject, and have proved that the processes of evolution are very largely dependent upon the conditions of the environturnt. We have passed from eonjoccure to certainty, and are now ablo to predicate what chances would ?iiguc under certain given circum phenomena, including men of tbe most powerful minds, havo been continuous ly engaged in investigating and inter preting the laws of Nature during the last half century, that numbers of her moat Eccrrt pages have become more or less au open hook. Before this, bow ever, the vaguest notions prevailed. An able writer of the 18ih century says : ' I am satisfied that ever/ country produces people of tbe same bulk, ftatuna aud complexions, it did two thousand years ago ; and whenever a new set of people take possession of a country, they ...

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The Revenue Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

The Revenue Returns. The revenue returns for the month aod quarter ending 31st March, 1898, were issued from tbe Tieaenry on tbe evening of the lat, rbstaur, and are of a most satisfactory nature The returns show that for the month of March there was an increase in the revenue, as cumpared with the corresponding month of last year, of aa lesi than £ 1 18,000. Taking the fipiucs in rnund numbers, they show that the chief items of this increase are derived as follows :— From land tar. £58,000; from income tax £t 1,000; land 1 e venue, £33,000; and lailwny receipts, £15,000. The ouly deer, ase in the revenue of auy impi'rtnnce for tho month was an (vmouut of £12.791 in tbe customs receipts, nearly a'l other Biurcee showing an increase. The total re\ eoue for the qnarter juBt closed amounted to £2,298,000, being an increase of £194,000 over the corresponding quarter of last year. The principal Bourcea of this increase were land tax, £115,000: inoome tax, £22,000; land revenue (exclusive...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 9 April 1898

Official Correspondence. The following official letter has been rent to us by Mr. E. (J. D. Fitz-Gerald M.P , for publication Department of Public Work, Sydney 31st March, 1898. Date of letter under reply. — 21st instant, forwarding a petition from Messrs. B. Hay don J. Morr sney, K. Morrissey and other residents of Scott's Creek &c. Subject : — Drawing attention to the dam age don i to the Scott's Creek road by tbe recent floods and asking that a gum of £100 may be granted for the purpose of effecting tbe necessary improvements. uepiy t — lun uuuu uumaget! will ue a&Qfi good and in future a mainti-mnee mau from the adjourning road will visit this road when considered necessary. ROBERT HICKSON. Under Sec. and Com. for tioads. R. G. D. Fitz-Gerald, E«q.. U.P.

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

QuirSndi. [FROM OUB OOERE8P0NDENT.] There lias been notbiugvery startling to chronicle from tbis part of tbe j world of late, things as a rule going 1 nlong smoothly in tbeir accustomed groove. The most important piece of news at present is with reference to our two local newspapers. For a. long time paEt tbe competition between the two lias been very kqi-n, aud tbe respective proprietors, realising appareutiy the futility of workiug against eficli other { and producing two papers id a town and district which can only properly support oue, are negotiating with a view to tbe amalgamation of the two existing papers, the Gazette and the Argus. I have not beard upon what basis tbe proposed amalgamation is to be consummated, but there is no doubt that it is a step in tbe right direction, and one that it would iiavf been better to have taken some time ago. The amalgamation should enablo one local paper to be produced which would be a credit to the district, and a power for good amongst us...

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